If you have been following my blog, you would know that I love learning. I love learning so much, that I find myself drawn to it whatever it is I’m doing- whether that’s talking to my friend that just recently… Read More »Tome.gg: How to leverage what you master in games
If you don’t choose a direction for yourself, someone else will pick it for you. Someone else will also tell you what is right and wrong. Someone else will tell you what is good and bad. And Someone else will… Read More »How to choose directions: What do I want?
To wander is to live freely, in awe and gratitude of the moment. To dawdle is to spread yourself thin and miss out on what you actually want when it was actually within reach. Do pick up flowers, as you… Read More »How to discover what you love: Wander, don’t dawdle
Stop being a perfectionist. Just put in the work, and put yourself out there. Get feedback and evaluate yourself respectfully, truthfully, and briefly. Then, get back to doing what you love to do. Making sure that everything is polished, correct,… Read More »How to get started Doing A Shitty Job
Abstracting problem solving into four different levels enables you to categorically assess which scope is the most appropriate for your analysis. A policeman sees a drunk man searching for something under a streetlight and asks what the drunk has lost.… Read More »Direction, Strategy, Tactics, and Execution
When playing a trading card game, how many cards are you able to take per turn from your deck? How many different decks do you have access to? Do you leverage your present turns such that it reinforces the you… Read More »Engine and deck building: how to assess opportunities
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
The past few months have been quite an exciting adventure for me in software development. I experienced new technologies at different levels of the tech stack. Application Development In application development, I learned Go. Although really fascinating, I struggled a… Read More »Microservices