#100DaysToOffload Challenge

100 Days to Offload Challenge

This is post 1 as part of the #100DaysToOffload challenge. The point is to write 100 posts on a personal blog in a year. Quality isn't as important as quantity so some posts may be a little messy. Read other posts in this challenge.

I'm happy to be taking part in the #100DaysToOffload to offload challenge. Per the challenge:

The whole point of #100DaysToOffload is to challenge people to publish 100 posts on their personal blog in a year. Posts don’t need to be long-form, deep, meaningful, or even that well written. If there are spelling and grammar mistakes, or even if there’s no real point to the post, so what? What’s important is that you’re writing about the things you want to write about.

I've always struggled writing consistently for my personal blog so I am using this as an opportunity to up my game. I'm sure there will be a wide range of topics I cover from development, to engineering organizational processes, to personal rambling about the state of some open source project. Each one will be tagged with #100DaysToOffload so I can track all the progress throughout 2021. Febuary 10th should be the official start date, so Feburary 10th of 2022 I'll have completed this challenge.

I'd encourage you to ping me on Twitter or Mastodon (or IRL) if I'm not keeping up with it as this is a personal goal of mine.