Plan A, Plan B, to Plan Z

Exactly just last month I did something crazy. I quit my dayjob in the middle of a global pandemic. “I could easily land another lucrative dayjob. I could go back to being a senior software developer. If I want to, I could switch careers and qualify as a project manager. Heh, I could even apply […]

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Immutability

I’ve been coding software using OOP principles for over 15+ years. To those outside of the computer science industry, OOP stands for Object-Oriented-Programming, which is a widely practiced programming principle from students to professionals. One reason why OOP is very famous is because it is very intuitive (I practiced it as a child without me […]

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On The Pruning of Power

I was a young ambitious man. I was always at the edge of my seat, volunteering for every opportunity that I can see. I want to prove to the big bosses that I am the very best one, the very hardworking worker, the very talented person that they will ever meet in their lifetime. I […]

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My 2020 Goals

It has been my yearly personal tradition to write a year’s worth of goals before a new year begins. Last year I wrote only two. This year I have written quite many. Here are my 2020 goals: Release 3 Python apps Workout (intensely) atleast once every two weeks Go on a mission trip Reform social […]

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In Search of Joy In Work

Recently I’ve been struggling in my idea of enjoying work. Work has been non-stop both for my startup and my dayjob, and burnout just seems to be around the corner. I’ve been finding it difficult to enjoy doing my work. And it bothers me, both the struggle from the high demands of my work and […]

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