I had heard of 'Infographics'. I had seen them on space.com, like the one below, which is one of my favorites.
I wanted to make one or more infographics for showing quarterly updates. I like this one from Facebook about their open source contributions for the whole year in 2016.
So, when I made time to look into creating infographics on my own, I searched the Google-sphere and found a bunch of articles about tools for creating infographics. One of the good ones I came across is this - 8 free tools for creating infographics. I was intrigued by the number of options and features available on all these tools. But, the one topic that got my attention is 'infographic resume'.
Wait, what? Infographic resume? Really? How would it look like?
Yes it does and apparently it is quite a popular thing out there. Here's mine and I had a great time making it on canva.com. I was even able to edit on my little iPhone 6 using Canva's iOs App.
The Phoenix Project is such a riveting story. Being a software developer, it resonated so well with me. Even if you are not a software developer, there is something to be learned from this book. This book shows how important it is to be honest, have integrity, faith, encourage risks and continuously improve in small but meaningful steps. The principles learned from this book can be applied to any industry, process, organization and even relationships. https://www.amazon.com/Phoenix-Project-DevOps-Helping-Business/dp/0988262592
I have a few quotes when I was done reading the book.
If it can be done once, it can be automated for future occurrences.
If it needs to be done more than once, it must be automated.
People before process.
Feeling of being in control is an illusion. Let go of that feeling and breathe because you can still succeed when you succeed as a team.
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