This year I decided to try a new approach to blogging after a full week of OOP ‘software meets business’ conference: no more telling myself “this needs to be a full review” (whatever kind of “full” that is ;-)), no more “waiting until I have collected all that what I wanted to write-up”.
When I browse my notebooks history for OOPmuc as a tag I sometimes get embarrassed like I do when seeing year-old code that I wrote. Obviously that indicates that I learned A LOT and am still learning (yay!). Otherwise I’d be kind of dead I guess… or how do YOU call that start of “not learning anymore”? What I am grateful for when I look back on 4 years of OOP now, are all the inspirations I got, all the connections I made, all the wonderful unique people I meet every year.
On Walking the Talk
Ok, so, no more loooong #OOPmuc blogpost! Instead I’m finally eating my own dogfood here and start with a MVB (minimum viable blogpost) – this one. And I’ll write as many small(ish) blogposts about OOP that you as readers and me as the owner of this notebook (which is part of what I call “my external brain” :)) find useful.
- Blogtime Nr. 1 already got requested: My Sketchnotes from OOP 2020.
- next up: my OOP 2020 Twitter moment
- another OOP 2020 blog article – on the DevOps culture simulation and #TrainerHacks
… to be continued (eventually) …
What else are YOU (e.g. as a participant, as twitter spectator) finding useful? What should I write about next in the context of OOP 2020?