Okay. So I'm thinking of writing a short blog every night before going to bed. This is to improve my writing because I think I suck. So here's what I have in mind, I'll be writing everything that I learn within a day in a piece of paper and then write a blog about it every night here on DEV. With this, I'll be able to share what I've learned, assess my day if I really learned something, and push myself to learn every day. I think it's a win-win strategy.
So what did I learn today? I learned that Svelte does not believe in Virtual DOM and they think it's just a meme. At first, I was very skeptical but after reading the blog about it I was kind of convinced.
I think the "Bus Factor" is also worth mentioning. I read somewhere that having your project open source will decrease the bus factor. What the Bus Factor means (according to Wikipedia), "the measurement of the risk resulting from information and capabilities not being shared among team members, derived from the phrase 'in case they get hit by a bus.' It is also known as the bread truck scenario, lottery factor, truck factor, bus/truck number, or lorry factor."
That's it for today's TIL!
Throughout the last year, I have worked part-time as a working student and also studied at the university. I was not the first and not the last one who has combined that during their studies, but the problem for me was, that at the end of the day I have felt absolutely exhausted mentally and physically. That caused problems with my health and motivation to continue working on my goals or anything. (yeah, “goals,” I wish I had something more specific at that time).