— Eric Gunawan (@erricgunawan) May 5, 2017
I’ve long held the belief that programmers should blog (if they feel so inclined, of course). But why? Here’s a short list of reasons.
Absolutely agreed. Only one problem: Time!
I’ve read practical tips on what you can do to work on becoming a better writer so others have an easier time reading your work, but I want your input, too.
Shorter writing is good.
Acquisitions can be great – they result in a surge of investment and resources. But that’s not always the case – the product may face one of several fates.
If building one business, probably will look for this as an “easy” exit. But more important, writing or blogging should be made a habit.
Source: Acquisitions | Tom McFarlin
Learn what mind mapping is, why you should try mind mapping, and how to create a mind map.
Would love to use mind mapping for more subjects. Not just for blogging. But just can’t start one yet. Need more guide (and will).
If you’re thinking about starting a blog using WordPress, ask not “what can WordPress do for me,” but ask “What can I do for WordPress?” And other things.
Don’t be afraid to blog. Problem is, sometimes it’s not “afraid” but more like, slack of 😝
Different things help different people be a productive developer. These are the things that I’ve found useful – what about you?
This can be a good blog post idea. Would like to write own version.
Freelance Designer is a cool title, but it’s not all high-fives and long macchiatos. Daniel has three handy ways designers can earn money.
Writing (including Blogging) and Teaching are ones of the passions. But don’t think have the resources (mostly times and chances) to do them now.
Yesterday not quite finished. So will continue today. This is Part 1.