Every now and then in our journey through life, we meet some amazing individual, able to astound us, either because of their resolve, stamina, knowledge or wisdom – Tim Ivaikin is one of those individuals for me. When Tim became my colleague, I immediately understood that he’s an extraordinarily skilled software developer. And as we started talking about Buddhism and Philosophy, I also realized that he’s much deeper than what you would normally expect from a “mere software developer”. However, what I didn’t know, before today in fact – Was that he had written a book – Which perfectly illustrates his meek nature may I add 🙂
In the first chapter of the book, he manages to use analogies of “never ending loops” to illustrate bad habits, scrum as a process to achieve entering the now, and software development theory as the means to improve how your brain works. I am not sure what to say really, I am simply stunned! But one thing I do know, I now know what I want for x-mas!