In this post I revisit the topic of content consumption, adding new criteria to my selection process. I also discuss using a new tool (spoiler...it's Notion) to hold the content.
I want to present well-known tests that you can take to learn more about yourself from a personality perspective. For one hour of your time, you'll likely come away with a renewed and deeper understanding of who you are.
In the software development world, there are always new articles and content to consume. Learn how I keep on top of it all and focus on keeping the flood of information to a sustainable level.
Keeping up in your industry can be hard. Conferences offer industry-leading information and the direction of the community. Attending conferences is expensive in both cost and time. Learn how to start a video club to better consume conference videos in your workplace at a sustainable pace.
We are ever consuming articles on the web. In most cases, the articles that interest me are highly technical and informative. Just like a book, you would highlight the important passages for future recollection. In this post, I present my use of the Highly highlighting service to record, retrieve, and share highlights.
Overtime, you accumulate a set of configurations and dotfiles. To ensure a consistent environments across machines you want to have access to the same dotfiles. I share my synchronization approach along with how to keep the private and public information separate.
As a developer, I routinely share my knowledge and experiences, however I find that I repeat myself with different individuals. To overcome this, I present a knowledge repository using screencasts for persisted and asynchronous knowledge transfer.
Persisted chat channels communication platform, which by its nature, has little guidance in how you organize channels. To ensure that everyone is making the most of channels, I'll provided some tips and suggestions based on my experiences.
Everyone has a bag of tricks in the form of tips and shortcuts that they use throughout their lives. In general, there is no harm in sharing this knowledge. This post encourages sharing ones bag of tricks to others, as well as discusses various benefits.