I am incredibly excited to share this news with all of you, friends and followers from the IG dev community. I started working on this project a couple years ago without really thinking that it would ever make its way to the publication stage.
To be honest, I was scared shitless the entire time I was working on this project. I didn't know how people would react to it. I felt like its message was incredibly strong and important, yet I was afraid that others would not perceive it as such. But when I started telling friends and family about the project and letting them read my drafts, it became clear from listening to their feedback that I had to finish what I had started and publish it for the world to read. And now, after a lot of writing, revising, rewriting and polishing, here we are: I published a book! 🙀
When in Doubt is a short book that encourages you to turn self-doubt into a tool that can be used to your advantage. The concepts that are presented in the book are entirely based on my programming experience. More specifically, I have extracted insights, questions and processes from my debugging methodology in order to create a mindset that can be used to "debug" the aspects of your everyday life that you aren't satisfied with.
Although its origin might seem technical, the book is written in plain English for everyone to understand. However, I am sure that developers and programmers will be more familiar with some of the base concepts. And who knows, it might also improve your debugging skills! 🤓
The book is self-published on Amazon, where it is available as a paperback or as a Kindle e-book. An ePUB version of the e-book is also available on the book's website, at www.whenindoubtbook.com (link in my bio).
A lot of effort has been put into this project, and I truly believe that it can be of help to a lot of people, so I would really appreciate if you could talk about it to your friends and family, or share it on social media. If you read the book, I would also appreciate your honest feedback and review, either by email or directly in the reviews on Amazon.
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