Another year down! In this post I look back on what I did last year, what I need to improve on and plans for the future.
- Made 302 commits on GitHub (Up from 145 in 2016!)
- Deployed a Java library to Maven. SDGen
- My post: ‘The non-broken promise of static typing’ gained some traction on dev.to
- Built a simple (but useful!) Node.js application for checking if a domain has been registered. Domain Check
- Created a pretty cool (in my opinion!) Chrome extension. gmail-pwned
- Played around with Kotlin. I need to use it more but my initial thoughts is that it solves a lot of problems I have with Java.
- More blogging! I only posted 5 times in 2017 which is no improvement from 2016. I’d like to have at least 12 posts in 2018.
- I felt like I got pretty lazy with a few things at various points of the year. I need to be more aware on what makes me motivated.
- Build a webapp using vue.js
- Get gmail-pwned on the chrome store
- More blogging! (mentioned before)
- Contribute to other open source projects (or create one that people use!)
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