It has been quite a while sincd I've written my kast post here on dev. There isn't a lot I've done with intension or focus. I also don't know if anyone is following me with some sort of intension on purpose.
I'd love to start writing again especially on the stuff that I'm currently exploring. The problem is most of it isn't purely webdev related and other topics are extensions on what I'm exploring during my masters (think applied evolutionary algorithms, applied deep learning, shaders, etc).
On the internet I'm not really someone so regardless of what I do, I'll most likely be screaming in the void. My main question is should I still scream in this void? Part of the reason why people like DEV (or Codenewbies which I relate to each other since the acquision) is that it is beginner friendly. Don't get my wrong I love writing about topics in way that they become more approachable but most of what I want to write about assumes the the reader is able to translate a (basic) algorithm into code.
Should I just jump in and see how it goes or just exclusively write on my own site?
Additionally I've noticed a lot of folk I follow on twitter because of the DEV community don't seem to be on DEV anymore. Is this platform slowly dying or does that have to do with developer maturity?