“Talk is cheap. Show me the code.” - Linus was right. It is where the rubber meets the road and what makes change possible. I’ve learned lessons about engineering throughout my career, and one thing sticks out amongst them - code. You can write documents all day and people will…
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Studying or preparing for an interview is a taxing thing to do. It takes dedication, time, and a lot of patience. You need to master your time as you…
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Rome wasn’t built in a day. Neither can you pick up a language; unless your day has 10000 hours (or ~2 days on Planet Venus). I came into this learning…
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I’m in no way an intense reader. I’ve quit books without thought because I’ve not engaged with the content. During the pandemic, something changed that…
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Why do we embark on a project? How do we get buy-in? What the hell is consensus? I’ve seen and heard flavors of these questions around me and I wanted…
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Writing went from being a thought to a weekly habit for me in the last few months. It wasn’t easy to jump on. With the current demand for content, it…
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I’ll be honest - I wasn’t sure how my first technical talk would end up going. It was a new moment for me, but in the long term, it did pay off. I want…
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Everyone has to start somewhere. That can be unexpected or designed, but you eventually look back and maybe it makes sense. (Been watching Dark on…
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