Learning is a very important process. Sometimes, we may feel that we don't have enough time to learn things apart from our core job functions. Wouldn't summaries on summaries be nice?
Hi, I'm a computer engineer and I will make time to learn new things in both dev and non-dev areas. I plan on using this site to share the best things that I learn.
Each post will have my biggest takeaways. Basically, the information that I would have wanted to know to save myself from going through it all. Aka, high value information-to-words ratio.
< Danial Goodwin >
My personal site is made with Orchid and Netlify (including Netlify CMS).
mkdir -p ~/a/repo
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:danialgoodwin/goodwin.dev.git
# View the generated site at http://localhost:8080/
git commit -am "..."
- Maybe support offline documentation via PDF: https://orchid.run/plugins/orchidwiki#offline-documentation
TODO: Eventually add the following that currently scattered about
- notes (links)
- pages (motivation, interests, projects, recipes?)
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