Learning in public

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In a world driven by innovation and technological advancement, the pursuit of knowledge has become essential. Traditional learning methods, which often confine us to learning in isolation, can limit our potential and restrict opportunities for collaboration, feedback, and community engagement. In contrast, learning in public offers a valuable alternative. This newsletter explores the concept of learning in public.

What is Learning in Public?

Learning in public involves creating content, making it accessible to others, and sharing your learning journey with the community. It's not just about acquiring knowledge for yourself but also about contributing to a community that might find your insights helpful.

Why Should We Practice Learning in Public?

Knowledge Sharing: By sharing your journey, you can provide valuable insights and resources to the community. Your experiences might help someone overcome a challenge they are facing.

Feedback and Growth: Posting about your projects and learnings can help you receive feedback from experts and peers. This feedback is invaluable and can further develop your skills and improve your work.

Building Credibility: Consistently sharing your work demonstrates your dedication and expertise. Over time, this builds credibility and can open doors to new opportunities.

Networking: Learning in public helps you connect with experienced individuals in your field. These connections can lead to collaborations, mentorships, and career opportunities.

How to Practice Learning in Public?

Active on Social Media: Engage with communities on different platforms such as Twitter and LinkedIn. Share your learnings, projects, and resources.

Create Content: Experiment with different formats like blogs, videos, live streams, or code repositories. Choose the medium that suits you best.

Document Your Journey: Keep a record of your progress, challenges, and achievements. This not only helps you track your growth but also serves as inspiration for others.

Remember, sharing your work is not about bragging; it's about contributing to the collective knowledge and inspiring others on their own learning journeys.

Embrace the Power of Learning in Public

As you embark on your journey of learning in public, embrace the opportunities it brings for growth, connection, and impact. By sharing your knowledge and experiences, you will grow and empower others to do the same.

What's New

  1. Container Runtime Interface streaming explained: Sascha Grunert delves into the intricacies of the Kubernetes Container Runtime Interface (CRI), focusing on the functionality and history of three key Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs).

  2. Apple signs deal with OpenAI: An interesting read about Apple's decision to partner with OpenAI for AI functionality in iOS 18, after earlier discussions with Google and OpenAI.

  3. Google scrambles to manually remove weird AI answers in search: This blog discusses the rollout of Google's new AI product, which has generated attention for producing unusual and sometimes concerning responses to user queries.

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