Every 5 days to maybe a week, I plan on reviewing my previous "daily themes." I want to do this to track how it's working out, what I've covered, where I've fallen short and so on plus give myself some more outlook on what to work on.
I like to test various methods for organizing my life and getting myself together. I've done numerous options, from scheduling every hour of every day to picking top 3 "must-dos" and carrying over incomplete work to the next day etc. I recently took a trip to New Mexico to visit family and see my brother-in-law graduate. This forced me to step away from tech and the computer and working on projects and such quite more than I have done before, and it was nice. It allowed me to decompress and recenter, come back to who I am at my core.
I promise these blog artictles won't always be about tech/software/the website, but I do feel it's appropriate to talk about updates I make to the site, issues I run in to while making changes and how I solve those issues. This will help to document common problems and how to solve them, hopefully increasing efficiency when updating the site while also sharing these solutions with others who may be using the same or similar tools.
If you're reading this, you're probably wondering how you came across my site, or why, and what's the purpose? There are a lot of different answers to be honest.
My name is Travis, and I'm the creator of Developer Overload. I meant to start everything much earlier, post articles, record videos and officially launch the site sooner but...I fell off the wagon.
In a world where hackers run rampant, it would behoove you to learn the basic concepts of cybersecurity practices to protect yourself online.
This article covers basic cyber security practices, taking security over privacy (important to note the distinction here.)