The difference between blogging about something you know, and something you are learning (Love blogging! Live!)2
January 31, 2018 by Kenneth Fisher
Close but you need to blog about learning while blogging about the difference of blogging when you are learning something and then you are blogging when you know the subject. Please Love blog the creative process as well
— Josh Luedeman (@JoshLuedeman) January 15, 2018
Blogging about something I know pretty well
A while back I did a checklist of a whole bunch of things I know about identity columns. I’ve been working with them for a long time so it was a pretty long list. If you look in the comments, though, you’ll see that several people added things to the list.
Just because I know something pretty well doesn’t mean I know everything, heck, even if I’m an expert I never assume I know it all. So I always anticipate corrections, additions, etc. I don’t always get or even need them, but it’s always nice when I do. I get to learn something new.
Blogging about something I’m learning
Recently I did a blog about installing SQL Server on an Azure VM. You’d think it would be a pretty simple subject. I mean you create a VM, then you install SQL on it. But I’m still pretty new to Azure so a lot of it is a learning experience for me. I made a comment that once you had the install media on a drive you could attach it to multiple different VMs (one at a time).