This is not a test

This is me, Peter, a software engineer, indie maker and a dad, in reverse order of importance. I'm excited to introduce this space where I plan to dump my brain thoughts. But wait, don't leave just yet - I promise this won't be a boring introduction.

I've always been fascinated by the internet and how it connects people from all over the world. I wrote my first real code at the age of 27 and fell in love with it. I've done some Turbo Pascal when I was young, but that's another story, I've learned how to code at a bootcamp.

As much as I love coding and building things online, I also have a lot of thoughts, maybe too many. They don't necessarily fit into neat little boxes and that's where this space comes in - a place where I can share my thoughts, ideas and experience about all sorts of topics. Mostly technology and web development to be fair.

So why should you care? Well, maybe you're a fellow web developer looking for inspiration or insights into the industry. Or maybe you're just someone who enjoys reading about interesting topics and hearing from people with unique perspectives.

Either way, I hope you'll stick around and join me on this journey of sharing my thoughts. Who knows, maybe we'll both learn something new along the way.

The idea

I'm thinking about organizing the site like this.

  1. Blog: This is where I share my ideas, thoughts, and little essays on various topics. I plan to use this section to dive deeper into my interests and explore my curiosity. I expect these to happen very irregularly.

  2. TIL (Today I Learned): This section will be used to share interesting facts or insights that I learned recently. Mostly web dev related, probably some of the things that you had to Google like 50 times and still couldn't memorize, newly gained knowledge and little cool code snippets.

  3. Experiments: This is a showcase of small, fun little projects that I've been working on. These experiments are not intended to be monetized, neither are going to be big enough to have their own domain.

  4. Projects: This section will showcase my larger projects that I've built. These projects have their own life and domain and the goal is to monetize them somehow.

So welcome and enjoy

Wow, you've made it all the way here. Thanks and welcome!

One more thing

I think a good blog post should probably have a nice image too. So here we go.

Sketch made art