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The State of All Things Typescript
In this issue, I am going to cover the reasons why I have published content for over a month and what to expect next from All Things Typescript and me.
Hi, it's been a while since I last published here - the last month has been a busy one for me from a personal and professional perspective. It took a while to adapt, from not having a job in the prior two months to having a job and having to try and squeeze everything else into my time.
Unfortunately, due to the aforementioned situation, All Things Typescript lost out, and I was unable to dedicate enough time to write the high-quality content you have come to expect from me.
This is going to change now, and I decided before resuming normal programming I will tell you, my readers, about my future plans for All Things Typescript. It’s been an incredible eight months since I launched this newsletter, and it has grown to over 300 subscribers over the period; I would really like to take the number of subscribers to 1000 Subscribers and above over the next few months, and I am going to need your help.
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First and foremost, I want to thank all my subscribers for sticking with me and this newsletter. As I am writing this, I have over 365 email subscribers, and I appreciate the faith and support each of you has shown in me.
To be honest, I am surprised I got to this point; I started this newsletter about eight months ago, and I am surprised it has grown this far. And I want it to go further and help developers to learn and build better Typescript applications.
On top of the email subscriber, other avenues such as social media (Twitter, Reddit, etc.) and the Substack Network are huge sources of traffic coming to this newsletter, and I want to be able to deliver top-quality content to each one of you.
Starting next week, I will re-start my weekly Typescript content and mid-week scoops, where I will cover topics to help my readers upscale their Typescript.
Every Monday, I will do a deep dive, going into depth into various topics in Typescript and showing you techniques on how to improve your Typescript Game.
My goal over the next month will be to explore practical uses of Typescript and teach concepts to developers that they can directly apply in their day-to-day lives.
I need your help
First, if you are reading this for getting this far and for your support. I can’t grow the newsletter on my own, and I need your help to reach more people and word of mouth is the best method of promotion.
If you feel that this newsletter provides value, please share it with your colleagues, friends, and your social network and help me reach more people out there and grow the number of subscribers.
I don’t have a big budget in my pocket to do any form of sustained paid promotions on the internet, so I am relying on kind actions from my subscribers and readers to spread the word about this newsletter.
Suppose you are also in a position to support me financially. In that case, you can help support me financially via Github Sponsors - github.com/sponsors/mainawycliffe - and this money will go help me promote the newsletter and dedicate more time to creating high-quality content.
That’s it from me, and I look forward to seeing you next week as we resume normal content for All Things Typescript.
Thank you ❤️