Pedro Arantesrose

Welcome to my Digital Garden

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I like to think that this site is my "digital garden", not a blog. I use this term because I use it here to write about some thoughts and ideas I have and want to share with the world. And like a garden, a place where things grow, here is a site in which I "seed" my ideas little by little.

There are two kinds of posts here: articles and Zettelkasten. Articles are texts that I put more creative efforts to write, I share some ideas, try to create some correlation among different topics. Zettelkasten is notes that I write when I doing some research. These notes don't bring anything new, it's just I piece of information about some topic. Articles use these notes to give more credibility to the posts.

The recommended posts aren't sorted by chronological order, but for a relevance rating I attribute to all posts.

This site is open source and you can find it on GitHub.

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Last Mile in a Software Project
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Mental Models
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Chunking and Memory
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Dan S. Kennedy
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