— Eric Gunawan (@erricgunawan) August 15, 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