Let’s Do This! 🚀
2021 is my year! Uh oh, I should probably avoid that phrase… we all know what happened in 2020 with too many people saying that! 😂
Anyways, I wanted to create an update already in this third week of January on my 2021 goal of doing more course work. I’ve already released a new course this month, and am well positioned to release at least two more courses this January and February!
I’ve split my courses into two platforms so far!
If you can recommend another platform for learning and teaching, I’d be happy to consider adding them to my arsenal. Leave a comment below!
I started a YouTube channel for Full Stack Craft here:
In this channel, so far I’ve decided . Perhaps I may move these into. Likely I’ll do that with twitch, since I think it is the premier streaming service. Long format videos like Let’s Code! series will remain on YouTube.
I started a Twitch channel for Full Stack Craft too:
I haven’t a live stream yet, but I’ve got plenty of ideas for it! Expect them in the near future.
I’ve also finally created an Instagram account for Full Stack Craft (sheesh, took long enough! I know, I know.). Some of the content on this account will match and blend from both my YouTube channel and Twitch live streams, but obviously much shorter and Instagram-friendly posts. Expect some dev memes posted in Instagram as well! 😉
Art and Design Presence
Kinda on the side, I continue to make prints and ASCII art on the side through two main platforms:
Design By Hümans:
Not all of my art and design work is purely software or developer related; I also create landscape photos, vector graphic posters, and much more!
Last but not least: my community presence! I’m going to try and share my courses, videos, and streams in all the following communities which I’ve long been a part of:
Product Hunt Makers:
chrisfrew.in? Full Stack Craft? Which One? 🤔
While it’s clear the majority of stuff above is branding and content under Full Stack Craft, I want to be clear that I won’t be decreasing my posts here on the blog. (If all goes well, I should actually be posting more here.) Indeed, some posts may be from findings I find during creating courses, videos, and streams. Likewise, some courses may be instead informed by my blog posts here. Both are equally likely.
As always, thank’s for reading. Let’s get it this year! 🚀🚀🚀