A year ago, I wrote about my switch away from Google for search and email. The switch has largely been successful. I don’t miss using Google at all, as the services I chose — Fastmail and DuckDuckGo — meet my basic needs.
In a previous post I called out Hoodie as an example of not-terribly-clear instructions on how to contribute to their project, so I was happy to discover a post that clearly states how you can get involved in some of their open source projects. Go read Contributing to Hoodie and get started!
Listen, I won’t bore you by telling you that you have to learn to code. If developing this skill makes sense for the kind of work you need to do (or would like to move into), then by all means, spend the time and money on learning. But there are other ways to contribute to […]