In this era of information explosion, how to build a personal knowledge system and workflow that accelerates summary and improves output efficiency is an interesting exploration and topic.
Joplin, with cross-platform and cross-device features make it particularly eye-catching among many open source note-taking software (and even among many note-taking software).
Try to share how to identify and distinguish various information source formats, analyze the characteristics of various source formats, and find out the corresponding storage and organization methods. Then gradually identify the attributes of the personal knowledge system, and use tools such as Joplin to create your own personal knowledge management system under the constraints of attributes and practical scenarios.
Everyone’s attributes and needs are not necessarily the same, and the schemes and methods adopted are not all the same, but I hope to throw out ideas and explore the world of note-taking and productivity with you all 😃
About Ernest Chiang
Ernest Chiang, started his AWS journey in 2008. He is passionate about bridging AWS technology with business through AWS related presentations at local meet-ups and online blog posts. Since 2011, many AWS services have been adopted, across AWS Global and China regions, under Ernest’s leadership as the Director of Product & Technology Integration of PAFERS Tech.
Ernest has abundant experience in community building. He volunteered as a contributor at the Conference for Open Source Coders, Users and Promoters (COSCUP), the largest FLOSS conference in Taiwan, from 2009 to 2014. He has been a Mozilla Rep since 2010.
He enjoys his work on cross-field product development and management and is currently working on decoupling fitness services and providing integrated IoT solutions at PAFERS Tech. He had also been a Process Integration Engineer at TSMC in semiconductor area.
He has been rewarded as AWS Community Hero.