Day 1: An Overview

(Experience this as a TikTok.)

“Play is the work of childhood.” – Jean Piaget
“[F]or children, play is serious learning.” – Mr. Rogers
Adult learning is hard.
Fun is important.
Is it possible adult learning is needlessly difficult because there isn’t enough fun in it? (Is this particularly painful in software engineering, where you have to re-learn your software environment every three years?)
Is this particularly tough on some neurodivergent adults? Could those adults be accommodated in a way that might help everyone else, too?
Join me this month as I
– Colonize your brain with songs
– Discuss the problem with software documentation and spitball some ideas
– Get excited about the “happiness trifecta”
– Enjoy pareidolia
– Try to make studying fun (“A Theory of Semiotics” with your pal Umberto Eco)
– Make new connections to help you make new connections
– Just have some fun around here


Draws. Sweats. Eats too much sugar-free candy.

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