Wrapping Up 2019


Have been doing this past three years now – to set the goals at year start and review them at year end. The goal post of aims set for 2019 is here at: Working Out 2019

Here is how 2019 was:

  • Make atleast 150 general blog posts on itsphblogCould do 35.
  • Post 120 technical blog posts in itsphbytesDid 5. That’s shamelessly a small number. I know.
  • Read a minimum of 100 research papers and document them – Did 20.
  • Read 20 novels taking up Goodreads Challenge – Completed 5.
  • Participate in Camps and NaNoWriMo (Work as ML in November, Camps in April and July) – Hurray. Done.
  • Take A-Z blogging challenge in April – Participated and Completed.
  • Get 20 top posts on IndiBloggerGot 2.
  • Write 10 ebooks (smashwords) – Published 2.
  • Conduct atleast 5 workshops on various domains (writing to research) – Conducted 2.
  • Finish 5 new courses – Completed 1.
  • Get 5 papers published (with collaborated research) – Done. 6 In-fact.
  • Get hard copy published for ‘i 4 you’ and release ‘things in nothing’ as ebook – Still in Progress. Could not work on ‘things in nothing’ at all.
  • Build atleast 10 workable components for Knit Algorithm – Built 4.
  • Build a better profile for our company – Knit ArenaDone. Better than last year.
  • Work in an entrepreneurship environment to get better insights in Hubballi – Started working as a Tech lead for a company.
  • Get a better Coder Portfolio – Better than last year.
  • Teach a new course – Taught.
  • Always try something new, often and more – Did. Always.

No complaints and no regrets. Definitely happy and I look forward for a competitive 2020.

18 thoughts on “Wrapping Up 2019

    • I had read somewhere that when we say ‘I did my best’, it was only 40% of it. Applies widely I guess. I just pile up a lot of things. 😀 works.

      I work in academics. So, designing and delivering a new course becomes part of my job profile (though new course isnt, i work towards it).

      Smashwords is next to amazon and i prefer that because we can publish free ebooks too.

      ML stands for Municipal Liaison. You must check out nanowriomo then. Definitely.

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