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2020-12


My 2020 in Review

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Last year I first had to think about what happened in each month for my year in review. This year it’s a bit easier, because since the beginning of the year I wrote a monthly review in German as well as in English.

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“My Adventures in Leaving Big Tech – A Status Update”

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Chris Wiegman shared a status update about his journey to replace big tech with small tech.

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My December ‘20 in Review

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The month of December is now coming to an end, so it’s time to take a look back.

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More archives on this blog

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One advantage when developing your own CMS software is that you can add new features very easily. Although you should not push this too far that unnecessarily many features collect and afterwards the quality suffers, but some things are still good to have.

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Merry Christmas! 🎄

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I wish you a Merry Christmas and / or happy holidays! 🎅

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Telegram’s monetization plans

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Telegram’s founder Pavel Durov is thinking about ways to monetize Telegram, which until now he mostly paid from his own savings:

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After reading books about Docker and Kubernetes for most of the day today, I wanted to do a bit of programming after all: My blog now has shortened URLs for posts. https://jlelse.blog/s/1 for example redirects to my last post about my current writing workflow.

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My writing workflow (Dec 2020)

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It’s probably time to tell you about my blogging workflow one year later (here’s how it was in 2019). And I saw other people writing about their writing workflow. What a meta topic…

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No more Advent of Code for me this year

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Like Horst Gutmann I exit the Advent of Code challenge.

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LeechBlock

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I am currently in the process of writing my bachelor thesis and my goal is to finish it as soon as possible. What I sometimes have problems with is distraction. If I don’t immediately enjoy a task, but have to overcome myself, then I get easily distracted. “Just check out something else for a minute…”

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