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What I learned so far by writing 14 posts everyday

nozomuikuta profile image Nozomu Ikuta ・1 min read

My Dev Journal of 2020 (9 Part Series)

1) Hello, DEV 2) Study Plan for 2020 3 ... 7 3) How can I read source code and summarize them more efficiently? 4) Change on study plan 5) Study Log: Reading Vue's RFCs 6) Study Log: Reading Vue's RFCs (2) 7) Study Log: Reading Vue's RFCs (3) 8) What I learned so far by writing 14 posts everyday 9) Change on study plan (2)

What I learned so far by writing 14 posts everyday

Pros

  • To collect topics about which I write a post everyday, I became more eager to keep studying (someone says that now method became more important than its purpose. But, What I can get as a result is the most important 😄)
  • To submit a post everyday, I came to be more careful with time management
  • I'm feeling I became A little bit more familiar with English language

Cons

  • So hard! (just because I work everyday, too!)
  • Each post is likely to be shorter and less informative
  • ...It's 11:46 p.m. now...hurry up...

What I should do for better performance

  • Acquire fluency in English so that I can write faster
  • Learn how to summarize and visualized what I learn everyday
  • Learn how to write posts informative to others

As for third task, the reason is that I'm "taking a room" in this community site. Even if they are so open-minded, here is not my personal space. In addition, I want to give back something to others as anonymous people on the web did for me when I was a newbie.)

My Dev Journal of 2020 (9 Part Series)

1) Hello, DEV 2) Study Plan for 2020 3 ... 7 3) How can I read source code and summarize them more efficiently? 4) Change on study plan 5) Study Log: Reading Vue's RFCs 6) Study Log: Reading Vue's RFCs (2) 7) Study Log: Reading Vue's RFCs (3) 8) What I learned so far by writing 14 posts everyday 9) Change on study plan (2)

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