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I am a Software Engineer for many years and focus a lot on writing code. But the longer I am in this industry the more I appreciate another thing: Learning. The internet is full of information and most people do not utilize the internet in a way efficient for them. Personally, I am trying to do this correctly and I learned a lot this way. During my computer science degree, I used the Internet a lot. Not just for university tasks but also to learn outside, to see what the real world looks like when it comes to Software. I was a “fanboy” of .NET Core back at the time. I was fascinated by all the open source solutions coming up. Project Rider, an IDE for .NET Core that ran cross-platform. Reading the first time about microservices and why they are good. Many great examples of how they work in the real world. It was and still is a good learning opportunity and I want to give back. Open source is probably known to everyone reading this newsletter, but what becomes more important is open learning to me. The ability to share content and help other people with their problems or giving another perspective.
So what I will help you with? I am a Senior Software Engineer at Klarna these days. One of the biggest fintech companies in Europe. On top of that, I also have some side projects that I work on from time to time and share my progress, my thoughts, my plans to grow, and many other bits and tricks.
I cover these topics with a monthly review. The current one can be found here
. It explains how I got around 5.5k users instead of 2.8k on my blog, how I have created a blog for caseconverter.pro
, and what are my actions for the next month to grow this side project and getworkrecognized.com
So let us start with the rest of the newsletter, sharing my most worthy links of the month.