how to survive Yom Kippur (or 6 tips for a day at the client’s)

Adam Lev-Libfeld

A long distance runner, a software architect, an HPC nerd (order may change).

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This post contains a few tips that are based on my dire experience and my close encounters with death and destruction, both on the Yom Kippur roads and in the client’s office.

A Week ago here in Israel we had a special day called Yom Kippur. Traditionally it is the Jewish day of repentance: you do not go to work, you don’t drive, you don’t watch TV, use the computer, eat or drink, and basically you should just sit in a dark corner and think of how you’ve been a naughty boy. On the other hand, a lot of people make use of the car free roads (no driving, remember) for cycling. Yes, some stay in, feel sorry and fast, while others take to the open road on bicycle. I am a cyclist, but I also have done some wrong.

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