DeveloPassion's Newsletter - Eyes on target

#82・

Stay up to date, be part of a community and show your support.

87

issues

Subscribe to our newsletter

By subscribing, you agree with Revue’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and understand that DeveloPassion's Newsletter will receive your email address.

DeveloPassion's Newsletter
DeveloPassion's Newsletter - Eyes on target
By Sébastien Dubois • Issue #82 • View online
Hello everyone! I’m Sébastien Dubois, your host. You’re receiving this email because you signed up for DeveloPassion’s Newsletter. Thank you for being here with me ✨
If you enjoy this newsletter, then become a supporter ❤️
Welcome to the 82nd edition
Another week, another newsletter! I hope that you all had a great one 🤩
I’m rarely behind schedule for the newsletter, but this edition was an exception. My right eye decided to stop functioning normally yesterday, so I decided to rest. Earthly bodies are so annoying sometimes. It’s only when we suffer that we realize the luck we have when everything is alright.
Luckily, I managed to watch the first episode of The Rings of Power the day before. Phew!! I don’t even want to know what the critics say about it. I don’t care. I’m a huge fan of Tolkien’s work, so I was delighted to discover a new TV show about it 🎉
I’ve resumed learning and thus started expanding my knowledge base this month. And it feels great to be learning! ❤️

The graph view of my knowledge base
The graph view of my knowledge base
Alright, let’s goooo! 🚀
⚠️I need your help. If you get value from this newsletter, please consider becoming a supporter. You’ll be able to join the curious minds private community and meet like-minded people while enabling me to keep creating content.
The Lab 🧪
This week I’ve resumed working for my clients and also resumed work on the Obsidian Starter Kit. I’ve released new versions with tons of new features, new guides, and more will soon follow. During the last 30 days, I’ve sold 36 copies (~$700). So far, I’ve sold > 200 copies (209 at the time of writing), which is a lot more than I hoped when I started this project.
In August I’ve made ~$35 from EthicalAds, mainly thanks to the article that went on the front page of Hacker News.
As planned, I’ve also started testing and tweaking my recording “studio” for the YouTube channel. I’m really delighted with how it looks with my camera and with the Philips Hue lights I bought last month. To go a bit further, I’ve ordered a light and a softbox. This should help better light my face :p
I’m really not used to be on camera, so I’m really struggling, but learning something new is really FUN. Speaking of which, I still have everything to learn about video editing. I could take a shortcut and find someone to help me out, but at least for the first few videos, I want to give it a try on my own.
I still haven’t received all the parts for the new computer, so I can’t show much yet, even if I couldn’t wait to assemble what I already could (case fans, PSU, etc) ;-)
Next week I’ll publish a first YouTube video (an overview of the Obsidian Starter Kit) and will keep working on the Obsidian Starter Kit. I intend to record videos for it and add those as an optional buy for people who want to take the fast lane.
Recent articles
Saving and restoring your mental contexts to improve mental health and productivity
Quotes of the week
  • “Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely” — Roy T. Bennett
  • “If you have a dream, don’t waste your energies explaining why” — Paul Coelho
Book of the week
Feynman's Lost Lecture: The Motion of Planets Around the Sun
Tips of the week
Sébastien Dubois
Make it a habit to learn something new each and every day. Whatever it is. Transform your curiosity into an unfair advantage.
1Password for VS Code | 1Password Developer Documentation
How cool is that?!
GitHub - CompVis/stable-diffusion
Thinking and learning links of the week
GitHub - SkepticMystic/graph-analysis: Analyse the structure of your Obsidian graph using various analysis techniques
What is multi-objective optimization? | by Jacob Ferus | Sep, 2022 | Medium
Tech links of the week
ViteConf
Next.js Conf
What you might have missed at Black Hat and Def Con 2022 – TechCrunch
How I write React after 8 years. I am starting with my contrarians views… | by Nessim Btesh | Jul, 2022 | Medium
Getting Started with Vitest | Vue Mastery
Indie Hacking and bootstrapping
Why I hate the indie hackers community on Twitter
Documentation to Improve SEO | Google Search Central  |  Google Developers
That’s all folks!
If you want to support my work, become a supporter and share the link with your friends: https://newsletter.dsebastien.net ❤️
PS: When I link to products on Amazon, I almost always use affiliate links, as those generate a bit of $$$.
Did you enjoy this issue?
Become a member for €5 per month
Don’t miss out on the other issues by Sébastien Dubois
Sébastien Dubois

Get Sébastien's free weekly newsletter. Read by hundreds of people to explore and stay up to date on learning, personal knowledge management, personal organization, software development, and bootstrapping.

You can manage your subscription here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue
193 rue des Masnuy, 7050 Jurbise, Belgium