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All posts tagged “writing”

Fixing myself as a maker

One of my biggest fears and a big source of frustration as a maker has been taking things too seriously. Things are never good enough, I can’t make decisions...

What about feedback on drafts before posting to the public?

I'm trying to get back to writing and I'm starting to share some basic articles with some friends before exposing them in public or linking them from the homepage of my website.

I'd love to hear your thoughts on this particular text. Something I've been thinking and talking about lately with some folks on Twitter (hi Pasquale).

Free opportunities to become a Software Developer

The Odin Project: the all-around program When we talk about The Odin Project, we’re probably talking about one of the most inspiring and complete online curr...

After some time helping my spouse to get into the Software Development industry, I've found a few interesting online/offline initiatives and I'd love to put together a list of the best places to make a career change and start coding and building things.

I'm especially interested in programs that promote equal opportunities.

I'd also love to know more about your thoughts, recommendations, and tips to share with people that are starting with this.

Thanks in advance, I love you!

Trying to gather a list of the best places to start learning to code and making things.

More online programs, especially the ones that promote equal opportunities in the IT industry.

A Ulysses.app theme I've created based on NYTimes typography (in progress).

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I'm trying to create a writing theme that elevates the writing experience, with clear delineations of different attributes in the written document.

I would love general feedback on the visual direction and readability.