New year, new decade (who dis?)

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These end of year posts are weird to write. I’m trying to reflect on the past year, but then I look back on the past decade and think about all the pivotal moments. Sure—this year was special, but I don’t think it compares to the risks I took in the past 10 years. If I were to show my 10-years-ago-self what current-self is up to these days, I think she would be proud and even relieved that things turned out okay.

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Node.js Language Owner at Heroku. Programmer, student, cat mom & hot sauce collector in Brooklyn.

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Danielle Adams

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Node.js Language Owner at Heroku. Programmer, student, cat mom & hot sauce collector in Brooklyn.

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