This was a year of rereading.
2022 was definitely quite the year - this year saw my final two quarters of college, a trip to Europe (where I read all the time in random spots), and my move to
I was going to do a follow up post to my London one, but got busy while being in Paris, so I’m going to first write about Paris since it’s more fresh, then
I landed in London on June 23rd, 4 days ago, on a Thursday.
Today marks the end of winter quarter at UCSD – my official last day of employment as a CSE Tutor.
Wow! It’s been another year, and this time we spent the first half in the pandemic (until June-ish), the second half in a weird hybrid-pandemic (until November), and now we’re back in a
I don’t blog often, but when I do, it’s for the annual reading list.
Technically, I’m releasing this in 2020 (in some countries), but whatever.
Note: This was originally posted to Medium via Coding it Forward.
Media companies today all seem to be launching new streaming services, from NBC to Disney to CBS, and many of these companies are considering canceling their contracts to Netflix.
A lot has changed.
Looking to learn the basics of web development? Here’s the slides I used at CodeDay Fall 2018!
The past week has been pretty cool. In just one week, I designed and implemented an app for iOS that can be edited remotely using a online editor (Yep, Zesty). It’s been tough,
I’m currently an intern at Zesty.io. It’s been a super fun experience so far, and in this post I’m going to share my thoughts on how its been so far and what I’ve
This is an idea I had after reading someone’s reading list online, so once each year I’m going to try to publish a list of my favorite books that I read in the
A question I often get asked is “What did you do to your terminal?”.
Today, I acquired a Lenovo W520 running Windows.
I’ve started looking into using Django, a python web framework to create an hours logging system. Currently, I’m repurposing the official django tutorial, to make a hours checking interface (rather than a poll
I love cheesiness, and this seems like the best way to do that. I’ve just started up my jekyll blog, using a template from Barry Clark.