Yesterday I tweeted my 2018 in numbers, and I thought it deserves a post :)
The goal of this post is not showing off. It’s to encourage you to do the same, to give back, to help the community that already helped you to become a better developer.
The first post was on January 22nd.
- 4,920 users
- 8,327 views
- 32 posts
The first release was on March 1st.
- 32,460 downloads
- 71 downloads per day (avg)
- 388 stars
- 67 forks
I love StackOverflow. I think we all should be more active there.
- 5,395 Reputation
- ASP.NET Bronze Badge
- C# Bronze Badge
I hope I can give more talks in 2019, but it was a great start!
- 1 conference
- 1 meetup talk
You might say: “That sounds good, but I don’t have time for that”, and you know what? THAT’S OK. But there is one thing you can do: Encourage others:
- Start a project that was helpful in Github
- Upvote questions and answers on Stack Overflow.
- Add a thank you comment on a post that was useful.
Don’t stop coding!