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Throw yourself out there for fun and profit

Throw yourself out there for fun and profit

stefan judis

October 15, 2022
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  1. @stefanjudis stefanjudis.com | webweekly.email Heyo, I'm Stefan!

  2. Entschuldigt das harte Denglisch... !

  3. Can you visit us and speak about Open Source?

  4. Most of them are nonsense, though.

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  6. @stefanjudis Throw yourself out there for fun and profit

  7. My previous life: Sound engineer

  8. I started coding with the age of 25...

  9. ... and felt soooo behind!

  10. What's this magic?

  11. Where should I start?

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  14. A welcoming project is essential to get started with Open

    Source
  15. goodfirstissue.dev hacktoberfest.com

  16. Build in public

  17. Terminal & child_process "stuff"

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  20. Build stu! to scratch your own itch

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  25. Neutral ownership

  26. Be nice to maintainers

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  31. Maintainers don't owe anything to anyone

  32. It's okay to let a project go...

  33. Open Source was the beginning

  34. Anything can be worth sharing

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  36. tiny-helpers.dev

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  40. 546 tools & 187 Contributors

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  42. Awesome lists

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  46. Share your setup

  47. .dotfiles github.com/mathiasbynens/dotfiles

  48. " People contribute to my undocumented mess "

  49. Whenever someones asks about your setup...

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  51. www.stefanjudis.com/blog/declutter-emojify-and-prettify-your-iterm2-terminal/

  52. uses.tech

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  54. Everything you have/ know/do can be a URL...

  55. Whenever Google doesn't have the answer...

  56. blog.jim-nielsen.com/2022/multiple-inline-svgs/

  57. Whenever you learn something...

  58. github.com/jbranchaud/til

  59. stefanjudis.com/today-i-learned/

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  62. I don't remember everything I wrote, but I remember that

    I did...
  63. You don't need 2k words to share something valuable...

  64. webplatform.news matuzo.at

  65. Create your tiny corner of the internet

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  68. Whenever you think something should exist...

  69. github.com/SaraVieira

  70. npmdrinkinggame.party

  71. blahaj.xyz

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  73. I'm looking for contributors to put something at random-mdn.io!

  74. Connect with the community

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  77. There's one thing all attendees have in common

  78. Making friends is way easier when you present

  79. And everything's much more fun when you know some folks...

  80. "I don't have anything to share." #

  81. Everybody is an expert at something.

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  83. Cool! Cool! Cool! But so what?

  84. Working in public can be a job...

  85. "Do you want to get paid to do all this?"

  86. Developer Relations / Developer Experience / Developer Education

  87. Writing is a skill that keeps giving

  88. README Documentation GitHub Issues Emails Company Wikis Meeting notes

  89. Writing is thinking

  90. Writing is learning

  91. Writing is remembering

  92. Open source taught me to collaborate

  93. Being part of a community is worth it!

  94. New friends around the world

  95. And sometimes, I get invited to events. $

  96. Open Source shaped my career and got me onto a

    path I love!
  97. @stefanjudis stefanjudis.com | webweekly.email Thanks.