Treating my past, present, and future selves as individuals that I interact with directly helps me optimize my life: increase happiness, reduce regrets, address laziness, and more. It is a mental model that teaches me how to be a good… Read More »The past, the present, the future me
There were only a few hours left until the culminating tech presentation my team and I were preparing for. I find myself grinding out the last few bits of code hoping, praying that things will work- a situation no developer… Read More »Being human, wise, clever, and hardworking
When you press ALT while your VSCode intergrated terminal is open, it sometimes fills the terminal with D^[[. Github user meganrogge notes that you can fix this by configuring a setting on VSCode. Specifically, you want to go to VSCode… Read More »VSCode Integrated Terminal fills with D^[[
This blog post describes the different growth anti-patterns that I have observed that I have experienced and are sometimes predominant in a Filipino culture. It paints the world as it is, and how I would like it to be.
Some interfaces provide many options and empower users immensely, but suffer in user experience. How might we find the balance between power and usability?
As the second entry in this blog series, this blog post jumps straight into issues and challenges encountered in the developer experience.
In this blog post, I talk about my experience exploring GitHub and RxGo, and a walkthrough to my learning perspective driven from a position of curiosity. This blog post is intended for curious developers who might want to contribute to… Read More »On curiosity and discovery
I think that story telling is an excellent way to introduce mathematical concepts applied in real life scenarios. I think that it is an effective way to draw people’s attention (kids and adults alike!) and to help people move from… Read More »Numeracy: How to quiet your fears using probabilities