Starting a new journey - blogging πŸ’»

sunilc_ profile image Sunil Kumar ・1 min read

πŸ‘‹ Hi! This is Sunil!

I'm from India and I work as a Senior Software Developer at a startup. This article is more of an announcement about starting my journey into the world of blogging.

It's been 6 years since I completed my engineering and been working as a developer since then. But I have always been a consumer on the internet. Consumer of news on social media, consumer of content on dev.to, consumer of discussions on Hacker News etc. I have always been a consumer.

Recently I promised myself to create more content than I consume and to share it with all the people on the internet to help those who are getting started now with programming, SaaS, Bootstrapping etc. Since then I've been very active on twitter and sharing my knowledge regularly on topics like SaaS, programming, bootstrapping, JavaScript, HTML/CSS and life in general.

I feel I need to start my blogging journey at this point to make more impact and share more knowledge. I love reading articles on dev.to. So starting my journey here is the obvious choice. Connect with me here and on twitter to be part of this journey. You'll not be disappointed.

Feel free to ask any questions you have. I would be happy to answer them πŸ˜ƒ

Cheers! 🍻

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Sunil bro, it's a great promise that you made it to yourself. I wish you all the best and happy to join you on this journey. Following you; least I can do to motivate you 😊
Looking forward to your post.


Thank Anik. I have already been sharing a lot of content on twitter. I'll start writing more here :)


Hi Sunil. Good luck with the creating more content than you consume promise. It's admirable, and I wish you all the best with it!

I think putting any useful content out there for others to consume as they need is always great. I think I am the biggest consumer of my own content. I use it to remind myself of silly things and, if it helps others, great.

Happy blogging!


Thanks Gary. I'm sure I'll have more fun creating than consuming :)