I write blog posts about things I find interesting, things I'm working on, or about problems I've faced with the solution I found.
Keep it simple, stupid
Writing simple code is one of the best skills you can have as a software developer. Simple code is easier to extend, debug, and maintain. "Keep it simple, stupid" doesn't just apply to design, but also to software development. Knowing this principle will make you a better developer over time.
Posted on: March 28th, 2021
My 2020 in review
2020 has been a strange year for us all, but I don't want to linger on the negatives this year has brought. Instead, I'd like to highlight everything that went well for me. In this post, I'll highlight everything I've learned this year and everything I'm proud of.
Posted on: December 30th, 2020
Learning Go: What I've learned in 9 months
In January of 2020, I started learning Go. In these past 9 months, I've been able to build multiple applications to contribute to faster applications, easier deployments, and more stability in the infrastructure. In this post, I go over what I've built and what I learned.
Posted on: September 17th, 2020
Top 10 reasons to start blogging as a software engineer
In this post I go over the top 10 reasons why I believe software engineers would benefit from blogging. But remember: If you're not writing blog posts you're not any less of a software developer.
Posted on: December 25th, 2019
How I write my blog posts: 6 steps
Writing blog posts can be a difficult if you don't write a lot and don't know where to start. Find out how I write blog posts and maybe it'll help you to get started too.
Posted on: September 4th, 2019
The elephant in the room: burnouts
Burnouts are very common among creatives. Find out how I managed to reduce its effects and how I'm managing to keep it at bay now. Hint: Take back your time.
Posted on: February 22nd, 2019