Monthly reflection - October 2020
A reflection on my October 2020 of what I have done and achieved. Released 'Level-Up Your Career Today: Developer Edition', my first eBook...
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What did I do? 💻
Released my first ever eBook!!! Level-Up Your Career Today: Developer Edition
I released my first ever eBook, 'Level-Up Your Career Today: Developer Edition' on and I was so happy with the responses.
🚀 Today is LAUNCH DAY!!— Jack Domleo (@jackdomleo7) October 31, 2020
"Level-Up Your Career Today: Developer Edition" is now available to buy, download and read! 🥳
Months of hard work and research went into this book and I hope you all enjoy it!
Checka11y.css is an open-source project of mine and its intention is to be a developer tool that consists of a CSS stylesheet that will highlight some accessibility errors and warnings. Not all accessibility errors and warnings will be highlighted by Checka11y, and that's ok, because there are other tools developer could use Checka11y along with such as a text editor plugin and Chrome's Lighthouse feature. Not every accessibility developer tool is perfect, so it's a good idea to use a multitude of options.
It was amazing to see so many developers want to contribute to Checka11y, especially during Hacktoberfest. I feel contributors and issue raisers will be forced to research about the issue they are raising or resolving, therefore learning a little bit more about accessibility and get a better understanding.
GeeksForGeeks SRMIST's Web Blow webinarSpoke about HTML & CSS at
I recently discovered this website and really liked the idea behind it so I created some posts for some of my existing products and plan to use it more in the future:
Level-Up Your Career Today: Developer Edition
I'm not a pen and paper note-taking kinda guy, I like my notes to be cloud-based and easily accessed on any of my devices. I also love the fact I can type out notes because my handwriting is terrible.
Evernote wasn't not great, it's a good application. But I decided to give Notion a shot because of the big hype around it and it is my new favourite thing! Easily navigable, so performant fast, easy to use, looks neat! 🔥
Just some general but possibly maintenance of the package.
Reached 10k followers on Twitter
10k! Thank you! 😊— Jack Domleo (@jackdomleo7) October 21, 2020
I've got a treat for one lucky person:
I will buy someone @jh3yy's 'Move Things With CSS' eBook on Gumroad.
Just give this tweet a simple like to enter and share below some CSS animations you've done.
Winner picked Saturday 24 Oct.
More prizes below!
Got memed 😎
😂 Thanks— Martin Svejda (@Svejdam) October 4, 2020
Hey that is already nice, mate :)
Maybe I would add this 👇👇👇🙂 pic.twitter.com/RLK9em8EZN
Congratulations 👏🎉🎊 pic.twitter.com/jVyEnd0hqc— Rajbir Singh (@wohi_raj) October 22, 2020