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I'm attracted to the idea of producing content related to full stack development and/or gamedev (not that of my strongest point but I like to do that too) but something I cannot decide on is which language to target, as I'm a native Spanish speaker.

The only reason I see to do content in English is that it would reflect good on my CV and/or any future business opportunities, also that in regards to tech videos is what I watch on a daily basis as content in my native tongue is poorly produced and/or dated.

the only set back is that I suck a bit speaking English and my grammar sucks a lot, and that can ruin it for me.

what should I do?

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    There are a lot of native english speakers with poor grammar. Also, your post comes across very clear. So your written english is good enough. You can always get a program/person to check your grammar for you. Even native english people do that. Cause it is a language that breaks all the rules and follows none.
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    Not doing it in English limits your market. There's a larger Spanish speaking market in terms of humans, but almost every developer speaks/reads English.
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    @SortOfTested that's a good point 🤔
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    If you want to do it in the language that currently is the IT lingua franca - use English.
    If you want to do it in the language that will become the new IT lingua franca - use Standard Chinese.
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    @sweetnothings I guess. Translating my own content subtitles should be a piece of cake too.
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    > my grammar sucks a lot

    > writes this whole passage in perfect English
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    @shoop
    Yeah. Fuck him for being awesome. 💯
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    @shoop that's a feat I cannot pull all the time 😂
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    @SortOfTested I ain't saying it's a bad thing

    @catholic-emacs it's just practice, just like with any programming language!
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    Script it out in word or smth with proofreading feature
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