I’ve found 100 Days to Offload via Blogging is not dead.

#100DaysToOffload is a simple concept that Kev Quirk thought of one day. The rationale behind the whole thing is to challenge people to publish 100 posts on their personal blog in a year. That’s approximately 1 post every 3.5 days.

I do like the idea! So, I’m going to start the challenge from today.

For me, having 100 posts in a year is definitely a stretch goal. I used to write a lot more often, but I had neither kids nor a full-time job at that time. And even that days, I rarely had 100 posts in a year.

On the other hand, my day job is mostly writing open-source software. It is possible to write about what I did. For example, I cherry-picked Maksym’s fix on containerd from master to release/1.3 and the PR has been merged today. Well, this one may not be that interesting, since I literally did git cherry-pick three times and that’s all.

Anyway I will write more often here! Do or do not. There is no try.