Thursday, September 2, 2010

Why am I blogging? ->A Self Explanation

It's been a since I haven't published any blog posts. Though I have plenty of thoughts to share but didn't feel to do it anyway. Then the questions came into my mind of why should I be doing blogging?  How can I be benefited? What is the future of this blog? What will happen if I don't blog and if I continue blog? Is blogging my hobby or passion or something I am not aware of? What should I write and what should I not?

Why should I be blogging?
--> Thoughts are created and developed in my mind and keeps other thoughts and ideas not to be developed properly until I share those thoughts with someone else. So why not share through this blog where my thoughts can be tested by others. Seems like a good idea.

How can I be benefited?
-->To be able to free up my mind to develop new thoughts and ideas properly.

What is the future of this blog?
--> I can not predict any black swan scenario but without that I see myself continuing to share my thoughts and experience through this blog.
[Black Swan->Google Blogger shutdowns :D, I am not testing anymore]

What will happen if I don't blog and if I continue blog?
--> I have seen the effect of not continuing this blog, now have to see what will happen if I continue blogging.

Is blogging my hobby or passion or something I am not aware of?
--> Well, at the mean time it seems like blogging is my necessity.

What should I write and what should I not?
--> Well, in the mean time I would like to share my testing experience and thoughts.

Purpose?
--> My experience and thoughts might help others just like I got benefited by reading blogs of others


This post is a self explanation to myself to free up my mind.

3 comments:

Selim Mia said...

Good questions to blogging and meaningful explanation for those :)

Keep blogging!!

- Selim

scornik said...

Thanks.
I will try to keep blogging my thoughts and experiences through this blog.

Santhosh Tuppad said...

@Ashik,
It is nice to go through a inspiring post for testers who are non-blogger. Do not think whom it can benefit, but think about how it benefits you and in future it might benefit other testers or those who want to take software testing as their career. Sharing your experiences helps others to learn from it no matter how good or bad is the experience.

Keep it up.

Cheers,
Santhosh Shivanand Tuppad