Vlogs, or video-logs, some form of regular videos that are focused around a single main character and an aspect of them or their lives (definition: mine). They are by no way a new phenomenon. I’ve recently been watching a few vlogs that have been quite useful. Career-wise and focus-wise. Moreover, I started to follow a person: Gary Vay-Ner-Chuk. He has a message that’s quite powerful and compelling, which is to own your own brand online.
I’ve blogged at the codingwithempathy.com blog. Blogged: Unlock your true developer potential through blogging
I’ve blogged on the codingwithempathy.com blog. Blogged: Presenting software to non-technical users – 8 ways to make your product demo shine
I’ve blogged on the codingwithempathy.com blog. Blogged: Reflections on The Ten Commandments of Egloless Programming
I’ve published a new story on the Coding with Empathy blog. Here’s an intro. The power of one There’s nothing like being able to work on a project by yourself and having complete control of every single aspect of the solution. Everything from the front-end stack to the storage. Using the latest and greatest frameworks and libraries. This is heaven for any software developer. But regardless of any of the above technology-focused aspects, there is one major advantage being that single developer, namely: speed!
As part of my quest to be exceptional, I’ve been searching to discover what I’m passionate about as a software developer. I feel a pull in so many directions, but I guess that’s natural given our profession and the diversity we’re exposed to. Some people have found their calling and are producing wonderful content that provides tremendous value to others. What I’ve been wanting to do is figure out what my special sauce is.
I’ve just moved the blog from the free wordpress.com site to a hosted vps-variant on pavsaund.com. I see there are some visual differences in the theme, but I think most of the content has been moved as expected. Please do let me know if there’s anything that doesn’t seem to be working. Need to figure out if there’s a way to set up a permanent redirect 301 from the old blog. I see that there’s a paid service, but I don’t really have a lot of traffic.