Coding our Way to a Better Life.
I’ve always being that sorta person, the kind that sees potential beauty in something seemingly ugly. In these situations, I can’t help myself from wanting to jump in and begin building to achieve the beauty I imagine. Now this might seem like a great personality trait to have, not the kind one should complain about. But in my experience, it’s not
It is Never too Late to Become a Developer
My first contact with programming was in 2002 as a second-year Diploma student when I had to take a course on Visual Basic. From the start it was quite evident that the lecturers taking the course were out of their depth. In the library, there wasn’t any good resource on the subject that we could fall back to. In the
A Few Things I Have Learnt In My Career
I was recently invited by a dear friend to give a talk on career development to the new hires at his company as part of their induction. My initial thought was to decline, I silently wondered, "what do I have to say, after-all, I am still figuring out my own journey?". On the other hand, I thought, maybe my experiences