The Daily Question Answer Review Routine

Daily Punch List

  • LinkedIn — For LinkedIn the content needs specific call to actions, appropriate link and images, ideally a good URI to follow through, and of course good content. This way LinkedIn can actually be super useful for rallying coders to open source projects, finding out what others are working on, and any and all other curiosities that can — if used right — provide positive value.
  • Twitter — Twitter, number one priority these days is to avoid the political garbage fire and troll trash since it’s a complete and utter waste of time. However, Twitter can and does still provide an excellent way to follow key figures in the industry, keep up with trends and find out about events for example. Using it for such, and providing a valuable stream of such content makes Twitter a solid investment.

Weekly Checklist

  1. What am I learning?
  2. What development am I working on?
  3. What’s coming out next?
  4. What’s the next event?

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