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Glenn Stovall
Glenn Stovall

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What are your goals for 2019?

We're getting close to the end of the year, and soon it'll be 2019. What are some of your goals for 2019?

Mine:

  • Get more hands-on experience with machine learning.
  • Release another book or course
  • New version of my personal website (glennstovall.com)

How about you?

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Raviola • Edited on

Hi! I'm new to Dev.to, this is actually my very first post

My goals for 2019:

Learn Kotlin/native and Kotlin/multiplatform in depth

Finish my side project, I'm building a 16-bit computer from scratch using only NAND logic gates.

Continue to fill my gaps in CS fundamentals, there are many things that I "know" because I've read about them, but I'm the kind of person that has to actually get his hands dirty for it to really 'click' in my head

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John Alcher
  1. Get an office job after graduation! Should be a fun and different experience from doing consulting/freelance work.
  2. Finish K&R
  3. Try to explore embedded development, I've always wanted to work on microcontrollers :)
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Helen Anderson

Sounds like a great plan :)

I've really enjoyed your writing this year, what will you be writing your book about?

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Glenn Stovall

Been kicking around a couple of ideas. Maybe something about testing React applications (have some posts coming up soon on Dev.to for that), and also may try to write a brief "writing for developers" guide (expanding on the ideas from this: dev.to/gsto/choose-your-next-artic...)

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Tracy Adams

For me, my goals for 2019 so far are:

  • Become more versed in DevOps (books on order already)
  • 2x my freelance income
  • Write/record some full-stack tutorials including deployment
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Vishnu Haridas
  1. Explore Go and Flutter.
  2. More hands-on with IOT.

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