reading and clearing the bookmarks, I found Patrick McKenzie's advice on
Don't End The Week With Nothing
Prefer Working On Things You Can Show: Work you can show off is prima facie evidence
of your skills. One of the reasons developers have embraced OSS so much is because it gives you portable capital between companies: if your
work is sitting on Github, even if you leave one job, you can take it with you to your next job. If you cannot build things you can show at
work, you should build things you can show outside of work.
Prefer To Work Where People Can See You: Don't try to make a career out of optimizing the SQL queries. Instead, work
in positions where by you're exposed to lots of people. Optimize for impact and visibility.
Consumption Is Sometimes Valuable, But Creation Moves You Forward: Reading and watching videos about the latest happening is
valuable. But you'll learn more by shipping a failure than from reading about a thousand successes.
Few things that I'm working in parallel.