Fatos Morina

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Top 5 lessons I learned from writing 200 blog posts

 

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This is my 200th post in this blog. It has been a long journey, so I wanted to take a moment to reflect about some of the most important lessons I learned.

I started blogging with the overall goal of improving the quality of my written English. I am grateful that I have managed to make considerable improvements since I started to write.

As the time of this writing, I am grateful that I have been able to publish 2 articles in SimpleProgrammer: Learn Programming Like Einstein Learned Physics and 10 Simple Social Skills Many Programmers Forget About. I am grateful that I have already published 2 articles in FreeCodeCamp, which is one of the most popular technical Medium publication: For Developers, Ego Is The Enemy and Why Developers avoid writing tests… until it’s too late. I am grateful that I have also been accepted as a writer in Baeldung.com which gets about 1 million page views per month and Scotch.io, which gets about 500 thousand page views per month. Continue reading

5 reasons why you should keep a blog

This is my first post in this blog where I try to mention and explain some of the reasons why I think you should keep a blog. In fact, I think this will also my public monologue, because it’s my first post and I don’t think that it will gain much traffic, but who knows, maybe it can be an inspiration to you reader (yes, I am talking to you) to go to that button and create a new blog.

This was probably not a good introduction, but I hope that in the future I will make some progress by writing, but also by hearing your feedback about my posts.

Now, let’s get back to the main topic of this post.

Blogging is something really popular these days, for several reasons, and answering the why  of the question that you may have is not very relevant to this post.

Here are the reasons why you should keep a blog.

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