Why I’m leaving my job as an intern to write a book about building a sustainable energy system
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By now, you may have noticed that I’m a big fan of the popular “blogger” blogging platform.
It allows you to post to your own blog in under five minutes, and has a wide array of content.
I’ve been using it for a few years now, and I’ve made some great friends there.
But now, after years of building my own system, I’ve decided it’s time to leave it behind and write a new book.
This is a big decision, because my book is going to be an extension of the systems I’ve built in my own company, and it’s going to cover everything from the infrastructure I’ve created to the tools and processes I’ve developed to the most recent innovations.
This isn’t my first book, and the first one I wrote was a long time ago.
But this is a new project I’m writing because I believe in the power of open source, and there are some lessons to be learned from the way the tech community works.
I’ll tell you why I’m doing this book, as well as some other exciting new things about open source.
Let’s start with some basic questions: Why am I doing this?
I’ve spent a lot of time building open source tools and platforms, and while I still love the experience, I’m starting to think I need to work on something more substantive and creative.
So I’m not going to leave my day job to write my book.
If you’re looking for something different, you can read my book, or read the questions I’ve answered in this interview.
What does this book cover?
I’m going to write about a number of topics, including: How to create a sustainable business model that relies on open source technology, and how to scale it
By now, you may have noticed that I’m a big fan of the popular “blogger” blogging platform.It allows you to…
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