In April 2021, I made a commitment to make more content for the website. To make sure I deliver, I also promised a ‘what you can expect this month’ post every month.
This is the first edition of that post!
Here’s everything you can expect on the blog and website this month:
The big, ‘showpiece’ post I’m writing this month will be about how I’m approaching the next 4-5 years of my life. I’ve written previously about how I expected life to change as I finished formal education, and now, just under a year later, I’ve learnt a lot and want to share how I’m wrapping my head around the unstructured nature of my 20s.
I hope to have it out by ~29th of May (these take time!).
Hobby/skill based post
New genre! This month, I’m writing about how I edit podcast episodes, and it should be out on or before the 15th of May. Let me know if you have particular questions and I will be sure to include answers in the final post.
Time to nerd out.
Expect a (kind of) technical post on how I use VS Code for my day-to-day on or before 7th May.
- why should you care about your code editor?
- what shortcuts do I use?
- what extensions do I recommend?
- …aaaand a bunch of other stuff.
The second tech post is going to be niche — I’ve been using Veripool’s Verilog Mode at work and it has sped up parts of my process manifold. I’ve come up with a workflow I like to use, and hope that documenting it will help me come back to the workflow in case I forget steps.
In addition to these 3-4 posts, I will also try to post ~once a week about topics that I’ve been thinking about a lot that particular week. As these will be ad-hoc and subject to my schedule, I don’t know what they will be about, or even if they will happen. I hope they happen, though!
If you want to hear about these posts at the end of the month along with a catalog of all the podcast episodes of Frndship Time (a podcast I started with my friend), you can sign up for my newsletter here! I send these out at the end of the month, and no other spam.
If I miss uploading one of these posts… feel free to shame me.
See you next week for a new post.
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As is true for any advice or counsel you ever receive: Y.M.M.V! Your mileage may vary. Some advice can be a vice. Feel free to take what you can use, and leave the rest. There are no rules.