First of all, I am a front-end development engineer myself
The front-end content is changing all the time, and what was hot one second is out the next.
This also leads to the need to constantly learn new content to adapt to the work, but in fact, it does not help much in life, there is nothing to sink into.
Occasionally, I come across HomeLab-related content and find that it fits so well with the current environment
For example, the following points
1. under the new crown virus, more and more people are working remotely
2. online tools are getting more and more convenient, the more heavy reliance, the more you understand that data and privacy are more important locally, always have a second plan and don’t rely entirely on cloud services
3. open source services hosted locally, both to meet personal learning and entertainment, but also to improve efficiency, and even to create a one-person company, etc.
4. you can learn front-end, back-end, operation and maintenance, and other technology-related content (HomeLab has certain technical prerequisites)
After trying dozens of open source hosting services, you need to have a clear and concise document to record and share HomeLab.
There are many ways to do this, such as a few blogs, a wiki, a series of video tutorials, a brief description of the forum and comments, and a navigation
These elements complement each other, and the easiest and most intuitive is the navigation site.
It can be divided into different scenarios and modules, and jump directly to the specified website through links that can be updated and recorded in time for the use of the corresponding website, etc.
Use mind maps for clearer thinking
Use markdown to make writing easier and faster
Navigation website is like the table of contents of a book, which is the general outline and guide of things, and is the initial foundation of the Internet.
My HomeLab navigation site