Here's what happened in my 2020
Starting from 2020 I decided to write "my year in review" for two reasons:
- keeping track of my progresses
- remind myself of where I was, and where I'm at now
Here's what happened in my 2020. Despite the coronavirus pandemic I couldn't say 2020 has been so bad.
In May, I got in touch with Manning to write a course on React, "Refactoring to React Hooks". It should go live in January 2021. It was a pleasure to write for such a renowned technical publisher.
In December 2020 I've been contacted by Educative to write a course on Django, React, and GraphQL. It should go live in May 2021.
In 2020, I deepened my understanding of Django. I've also started to learn more about Domain-driven design, which I didn't know much about until now.
I released also my first open source Django package: django-monitus.
In 2020, I read 58 books. This is mostly because I've got stuck at home more than ever before. But I'm really proud of this achievement!
In 2010, I was working on an ASP website. I couldn't speak english, and reading in a foreign language gave me headache, nor I could imagine I would write courses and books in english one day!