Would Heu-risk it? Part 32: Wrap up time!

It has been a pretty awesome ride writing all of these!
The first blog post, the introduction, was published Dec 30th 2019. The last one, Wrap up, April 30th 2020.
Thas is 32 blog posts in 4 months, 122 days. That is one blog post every 3.8125 days! (About half of them written and published in a very aggressive pace of every second or third day)

What is amazing is that I managed to go from blogging almost nothing (a few posts here and there, most to publish slides) to getting comfortable seriously writing on a regular basis.

I had a period when nothing got written, until I realized the biggest problem was that I couldn’t really remember what I had written about already. Writing a short list with summary solved that and I could write again. Finding your blockers is key to continuous improvements so WELL DONE ME!

I learned a lot of things from this.
1. I have so much knowledge to pour from
2. I love writing!
3. I need to learn how to accept when I need to slow down, and not feel like a failure.
4. The hard part about writing, for me, is to come up with the topic.
5. I am very bad at the common 5 – 6 00 word format. My usual size seems to be around 1 000 – 1 500 words.

These blog posts have covered a very wide variety of topics. The ones I seemed to enjoy writing the most are the ones around common developer mistakes and/or technological complexity. This is an area I should explore writing more about.

Next step for me is to collect all of these and make them into a book, something I wanted to do for a long time. I will also work on more ideas for exercises and workshops for the cards.

I´d love to hear comments on my interpretations and choices of cards but also if you have alternative interpretations, card you feel are missed out or have ideas on how you would like to use them.

I would love to get feedback on my writing, content, things you would like to see me write about.

If you made it through all of these 32 posts: Thank you for sticking with me!
Over and out for now.

Picture of me! Tired AF but WE MADE IT!

All the other posts in the series

Title and linkCategory
Part 1: IntroductionNone
Part 2: Mischievous MisconceptionsTrap
Part 3: The RiftWeapon
Part 4: The FacadeTool
Part 5: The Temptress’ TrailsTrap
Part 6: AlliesWeapon
Part 7: Don’t turn backTool
Part 8: The GluttonTrap
Part 9: Beyond the borderWeapon
Part 10: Forever and neverTool
Part 11: The ShallowsTrap
Part 12: The TwinsWeapon
Part 13: The ObserverTool
Part 14: AlethephobiaTrap
Part 15: Opus interruptusWeapon
Part 16: The IllusionistTool
Part 17: Fools’ assumptionsTrap
Part 18: The UnexpectedWeapon
Part 19: Constantly ConsistentTool
Part 20: Drowning in the deepTrap
Part 21: The Hive Weapon
Part 22: The ContractTool
Part 23: The ShapeshifterTrap
Part 24: Lost in translationWeapon
Part 25: GoldilocksTool
Part 26: The InconceivableTrap
Part 27: The jugglerWeapon
Part 28: Three is the magic numberTool
Part 29: Tunnel VisionTrap
Part 30: The CorruptorWeapon
Part 31: The Memory MasterTool
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