NaNoBloMo Recap Part Deux
Sum up the last month of blogging in 120 characters or less (gotta leave space for a URL on the end)?
15 posts in 30 days; one neglected prego wife. Finishing what your start; priceless.
Best skill you developed by writing 15 blog posts in 30 day?
How to think of, research, and write a blog post without waking up the wife.
Really, I started thinking more about how I can contribute back to open source projects I use every day. I have to credit the QUnit team for accepting my changes and providing great support and feedback. Also, contributing to a project that has real users other than myself has made me consider how other developers look at my code and what they need help with.
** Adding funny pics to my posts **
Favorite post of the last 30 days?
Single post? Popping a Register from a Stack: QuickPiet Macros Ever since the April Lambda Lounge meeting I keep coming back to Piet and love trying to hack higher level features into a stack based language. It took a lot of failed attempts to figure out how to implement registers but it was a lot of fun.
Series? QUnit w/ Rhino posts. At every step of the way I thought “Oh this should be simple and clever” and winded up being “God that took longer than I thought, but at least it was clever”. Given the traffic over the past couple weeks, it looks like there is a decent amount of interest in running QUnit w/ Rhino … hopefully these have been helpful. I want to finish QUnit-CLI with some good examples and working on NodeJS.
Idea? Nate’s Clojure posts. I have not had time to delve into Clojure like I would like but need to give credit to Nate. I didn’t understand a lot of his posts but they were always interesting. And beat me hands down in traffic.
Would you do this again next year?
Not sure. I want to keep posting and working on getting my ideas out and helping others but it is really hard to commit to an every-other day post regiment. I think a much better frequency would be 1 every week or so.
Which posts did you half-ass?
Pro Tips: IE Caching Can Byte, Notes to self: Keep SVN in sync w/ Git The Poor Man’s Way, and Programming Anti-Patterns: Releasing Cthulhu. Honestly, these were cop-out posts. I know I will go back at reference them at some point, but I am not sure anyone else will. See the previous question.
** Oh, and this post; kinda **
Any last words before spending the coming months trying to forget that you ever did this?