different topics in the realm of frontend engineering
how I write in Notion, own my own content, and do as little manual work as possible
how I finally realized that rest is important and that there is a limit to what I can do
how an extensive software process can impede the real work
how it's fallen short for me and what I am choosing instead
and staying human in your job search. How to not become a zombie.
of all the practical stuff involved in getting interviews, offers, and negotiating well
and doing the hard work of submitting job applications early. How to not preoptimize your job search and just apply.
A practical discussion to help you identify what is important in your next job and focus on getting there.
I have found two common job searching pit-falls. Here is how they worked for me, and my two cents on how to reach a large number why still differentiating yourself.
Job searching is about telling your story. This is a guide to being honest yet convincing in how you portray your experiences.
It's not chronological, not on a high cadence, never finished, and will always value transparency over all.
As a long-time lurker, I have recently discovered why I fall into it and great reasons to stop. The world needs your contribution!
It took a lot for me to settle on creating a frontend engineering and web animation blog. Here is the why and what about of that decision.
It’s coming! Just you wait. I do a lot of reflecting so more thoughts to come soon.