I’m an ordenary guy who likes to create programs and who wants to achive the topcoder ranking. I hope blogging is an good tool for that – likely a journal about the experiences and thoughts and insights is pretty helpful to notice mistakes, wrong thoughts and bad habits. It is a feedback from myself to myself, it allows me to review my things, to see what did I do good and what did I do wrong. Here I’m forced to face my decision and thoughts in a written form, and I can be working on them, I can understand them better. It is an unavoidable part of learning, I think so.
I’m not a rockstar coder, I’m not even very good or talented or young, but I love to create things, I love to build things and I believe this passion will help to overcome my disadvantages. Before I start blogging I clearly state a few set of rules. (“Rules. You can’t get anything done in the world without rules.”) They will be my guilding principles on blogging and yes, they are my golden rules.
- It is not a personal, it is a professional blog.I don’t want to blog about political opinions, girls, blockbuster movies or computer games. It would be nice and I really like to talk about such things (a good and deep conversation is likely one of the best things in the world), but 1. it is not a good practice to write about irrelevant things to a blog, if I want to relax, I just message friends, I get the attention and I can be sure that they don’t judge me, it is faster and more safety than blogging. 2. I hope you are here to read my objective and professional opinion and experiences in coding related topics.
- I don’t want to be hiding.If you want to contact me or if you want to know, who I am, just open the page ‘about’. I disabled the comments, because I find random trolls and flames and these “gimme the source code, plz!” messages pretty annoying. I have no wish to waste time with them. But if you are a serious person and you have to tell something to me, you can take a crack at sending an email:).
- Calm, reasonable, sincere, impartial tone. I’m a people so I have emotions, but I don’t want to write about my hates, fears or admiration. Patience and niceness are important caracteristic of professionalism. “Being professional means you keep your cool and remain calm under any circumstances.”
- I won’t leak confidental informations. I won’t write about my employers, I won’t post details about their projects without their permission. On one hand, it is infamous, on other hand, it is pretty unconvinient to face the consequences.
That’s all. I wish me all the best. Learning is a long and hard journey, likely I need all the best wishes to achive my goals.