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Knowledge Worth Knowing

Knowledge Worth Knowing

What knowledge is worth knowing?

The amount of information available only grows as time goes on, especially in this day and internet age. New things are created daily at an increasing rate, whether this is new videos, books, movies, social media posts, research, video games, technology, etc. Information is readily accessibly by literally anyone. 15 years ago, this was not the case, before the dotcom boom. read more

How I Organize Myself

How I Organize Myself

I get asked every so often how I organize myself. Most recently it was with an ecommerce developer. I found that he had 7  years of experience in the platform my company used, so I hired him as a consultant.

We met via discord, since it had VoIP and screensharing features. We talked for an hour. Eventually, he wanted to know what kind of client I was, so he asked this: read more

On Brutalist Webdesign

On Brutalist Webdesign

Recently I read a post on hackernews about brutalist design. It drew many similiarities to webdesign and construction. How in construction, you always think of form and function before aesthetic. For instance, figuring out if the building is structurally sound, the raw materials needed, the labor, scheduling, etc. There are certain requirements that need to be met for all types of consutrction, otherwise we would get things like the FIU pedestrian bridge collapse in miami read more

Went to my local developer meetups. Here’s my thoughts on it

Went to my local developer meetups. Here’s my thoughts on it

This past month I decided to go to my local developer meetups in Orlando.  I’m starting to stagnate in terms of learning. So I thought this would be a great time to meet more experienced developers who I could learn from. It has been something I wanted to do for some time. But never did because I didn’t feel comfortable with how competent I was as a developer. read more

My review on Watch And Code

My review on Watch And Code

One of my goals this year in 2018 is to apply clean code practices with a deep foundational javascript background. I scoured the internet for some good courses. Reddit and hackernews eventually led me to the watchandcode.com course by Gordon Zhu, a former google engineer.

This is my review on it broken down into 2 parts, read more