2018-10-01 23:18:49 +0200
Blogtober table of contents and introduction.
Blogtober 2018 posts
- 1st October: Kick-off post (this one!)
- 2nd October: Simple vs clever code style
- 3rd October: Using email newsletters to stay up-to-date with web development
- 4th October: Displaying Column Card Counts in Trello
- 5th October: Current Development Learning Goals
- 6th October: Coming soon!
- 7th October: Blogging on your birthday
- 8th October: Coming soon!
- 9th October: Coming soon!
- 10th October: CSS Polka Dot Background
- 11th October: Emoji Silhouettes
- 12th October: What a green GitHub graph doesn't show
- 13th October: Women's Wednesday Interview
- 14th October: Why I Like Blogging as a Developer
- 15th October: Making the Alt Key Work in iTerm2
- 16th October: Jumping around the command line
- 17th October: Coming soon!
- 18th October: Coming soon!
- 19th October: Sass or SCSS?
- 20th October: Takeaways from Lean In
- 21st October: Is that really Pair Programming?
- 22nd October: When Not to go for a Job Interview (UK Software Developer Edition)
- 23rd October: Welcoming Language
- 24th October: Missing Emoji
- 25th October: Drawing a Shield with One Div
- 26th October: The Coverage is a Lie
What is Blogtober?
Blogtober is a challenge where you pledge to write one blog post a day for each of they thirty-one days of October. I guess it was designed by someone with too much time on their hands.
I want to do it this year because:
- I have an ever-expanding list of 20+ post ideas that I never get round to writing
- I take too long to write a post, agonising over my words. I want to be able to get content out quicker and I imagine this challenge will help me improve at this.
- Practice makes perfect and I want to get better at writing blog posts.
Let's see if I can keep it up!