DPI #01: The first issue

DPI #01: The first issue

Hello friends! ๐Ÿ‘‹

You are reading the first newsletter issue I've written - ever! Thank you for subscribing and showing your support. It means a lot!

What is it about?

Honestly, I don't know yet. The idea was to have a weekly newsletter with the latest posts, important news, or tools I found. I have a little content, but this will start changing soon.

Personal news

Some exciting things happened at the end of the previous and the start of the new year.

Started learning Angular

Learning Angular wasn't my choice, but I had to start learning it because of the project. While it doesn't feel as nice as Vue.js, it's okay, and I am pleasantly surprised by some things. However, it's pretty complex!

New blog

After having a static blog for a while, I've finally decided to move back to Ghost. It's an incredible, open-source platform I use for blog and newsletter.

All new articles will be published on the blog first and then cross-posted to Medium, Hashnode, and social platforms. Thank you for all the likes and comments ๐Ÿ˜‰

Newsletter and more content

There are many new exciting topics and articles in the pipeline. Stay tuned for more. The newsletter might contain some exclusive content in the future.

Latest posts

Did you miss some of the previous articles on the blog? You can easily find them here. The newsletter features new articles that got published.

Content 101: planning, writing and publishing
LinkedIn was my platform of choice last year. I published several dozen articles and had varying success. Some articles had over 10k impressions, others less. I was writing for a month and was quite productive at that time. However, I didnโ€™t have any system in place. I started writing on
How I became Software Developer
I started programming as a kid during primary school and was eight years old at the time. I got first full-time job while still studying at the University.
Why Linear and Shortcut are the best Jira alternatives
Over time, Jira has become one of the best and most popular project management tools and one of the most loathed products ever. I admit that I was also a big Jira fan at first, but over time, I grew to dislike it more and more. Whatโ€™s wrong with
Year in Review
Itโ€™s the last day of the year and a time to reflect on the past year.

Thanks for reading and see you in the next issue!

Davor Pihac