Jan 12, 2021
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So, I'm switching platforms. Previously I was writing the Free Security+ Project (the tentative new name for the study guide) on gitbook and was planning on launching it on a team/pro account but have decided to switch to a Notion (https://www.notion.so/) built site. I actually built my personal site on there this morning, with a blog and a TryHackMe write-up (a thing I'm starting today) as a test. I fell in love with the simplicity, so I'm taking it forward with the FSP (Free Security+ Project).
You can visit my site here: coderon.in
That's Code Ronin, but, you know, with a 'clever' top-level domain name. It's definitely not about some guy named Ron and his code.
I'm still grinding away at the FSP and I've switched the way I'm writing it. I'm now building a skeleton for it in it's entirety before adding additional, deep-level detail. I'll keep working away at it daily until it's live!
I want to thank all of my supporters, again, for helping me out with this project. If anyone might be interested, feel free to share this with them! I'd like to help as many people as I can with it.