This month I learned - December 2017
It's shorty before the new years party with my friends and I thought I could finish this year with a last "This month I learned post".
I have to say it was a crazy, intense and wonderful year. In February I started my "Today I learned" series and wrote 48 TIL posts. 😲 I spoke at 21 events, visited 13 countries including the United States, Australia and New Zealand and most importantly I met an uncountable number of wonderful people!
I want to say a big THANK YOU to all the lovely people that I had good conversations with, that listened to me while I was struggling in the new field of developer relations and that made me always feel welcome! ❤️❤️❤️
This month I learned - November 2017
Winter's coming (oh noooo!) and my highlight this month was definitely that I participated in Inclusive Design 24 which is a 24-hour online event only dealing with accessibility and inclusive design. So far I only made it to watch a few talk videos but it was definitely a great event with a lot of good content.
Apart from that, I dealt with timezones for a project and these are always "fun"... I learned something that still puzzles me. Timezones are not always described with full hours. There is e.g. Indian Standard Time (UTC+05:30) and or the Nepal Time Zone (UTC+05:45). What? 🤣
Anyways... this month I had four learnings covering a format called
MHTML, git and focus handling. Enjoy!
This month I learned - September 2017
Whooop whooop! 🎉 Another month is over and, oh well... it was a very busy month. I've given a new talk on the great combination of JS components and structured content in Stockholm, met a bunch of great people and was working on a new project which hopefully will be published soon. ;)
And of course, I kept track of my learnings and web dev findings. So here we go!