Julius Seporaitis
on hobbies and work

Let's Subscribe To Code Anthropology

My recent posts (and drafts in the pipeline) explore the human side of software engineering, the decision making behind Kubernetes, the impostor syndrome, the self-learning, and the psychology of technical interviews.

I enjoyed writing them. Often I feel like a bursting bubble, wanting to speak out or rant. I write it, tidy it up, sometimes get editing help, and end up with a blog post that, when shared, gets some views and either private and public feedback. I enjoy it.

However, this blog is built on a domain name that is hard to remember. The blog posts are also not knowledge based, but idea based - meaning the return rates are low, unless I keep regularly writing and sharing. And of course, the age of personal blogs disappeared with Google Reader.

This is why I decided to try and do a small personal rebranding exercise, to see if using a modern medium could grow a bigger audience. I will post my new content on a new Substack newsletter - Code Anthropology. It is free and it will cover the same themes I have been covering before - the human side of software engineering and our relationship with code, tools, and processes.

I will start publishing soon, meanwhile - please subscribe, share and read the introductory post there.


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A look through some historical reasoning for a system that lead to Kubernetes, and what it can teach us about engineering and trade-offs.