This is our last podcast here on inThirty. We are moving to ShortExplanations. We are just letting you know we are moving, and how to follow us. Hopefully really soon (like next week) we will be up and running. https://www.shortexplanations.com @shortexplan on Twitter
First: What do you want to communicate and why? Are you trying to get a job? Are you trying to make a repository of knowledge? Are you just playing around? Are you making an archive?
GitHub/GitLab Personal Website Projects Learnings/Musings LinkedIn
Must-Haves: High-Quality Writing – Communicating effectively is highly-sought-after in business Ease of Navigation (especially for personal websites) Don’t clickbait (unless you’re trying to get a job at a clickbait news website)
Ideas: Resume Projects you’re proud of Projects you’ve failed at, but learned something and can communicate those learnings Volunteer work Open-Source contributions (even if this is just documentation-related, that counts) Stack Overflow profile (if you’re proud of your scores) Reviews10:08 PM
Google decided to take away Gapps legacy for a lot of old members. This rubs us the wrong way. We discuss what can be done, and why you should consider being so reliant on companies that can just take services away. Update: Google says, we will allow users to keep legacy.