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Monthly Reflection - August 2020

jackdomleo7 profile image Jack Domleo Originally published at jackdomleo.dev ・2 min read

All my articles are first published and hosted on my blog - you can find this article here. You may also be interested in my tweets on my Twitter profile. 🔥


A reflection on my August 2020 of what I have done and achieved.

What did I do? 💻

New articles 📰

Began writing my first eBook

I had an idea for an eBook to focus on levelling up your career by looking at atomic habits and what you can do for yourself to boost your portfolio. This is a field I feel I know a lot about and have a lot to share - so I called the eBook, "Level-Up Your Career Today".

Courses I did

Create Your Following by Danny Thompson - see my review here.


Create Your Following course by Danny Thompson.



Create Your Following course by Danny Thompson. How I went from 0 to 30k followers in 90 days.

Created another Twitter bot

This Twitter bot goes by the handle of @DarkMemeLordBot and will like and retweet tech meme tweets containing #darkmemelord. The inspiration behind this was to share tech memes (because Tech Twitter is well-known for its memes) so no one missed a good tech meme by anyone.

Took part in some interviews

Portfolio websites interview

Developer Voice interview


Achievements 🎉

Put my new eBook out for pre-order

Reached 5000, 6000 & 7000 Twitter followers

DEV featured my article online presence article & my T-shaped vs full-stack article

Got memed 😎


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Jack Domleo

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A front-end developer with a passion for UI/UX, accessibility & self-development. Author of levelupyourcareer.today.

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Hi Jack,

This is brilliant. Being able to reflect on the past accomplishments and hindrances will help for new better plans and spotting what really works and what doesn't. This is a practice I will be starting now.

And I read your article regarding the "T-shaped" term. I couldn't agree more. Logically, that's what "full stack" devs should aspire to become and could possibly really do become.

Thanks for this!

 

Hi!

Thank you for your kind feedback! I'm super happy you'll also be reflecting - I find it really satisfying to see where my time has gone. 😊