S.E
September 18, 2019

PEP-8 guidelines to writing perfect code

I talked about the importance of giving your code tender loving care when writing it here. As a follow up, this is a short guideline…
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2019Opinions
September 10, 2019

Giving your code some tender loving care | Writing clean code

Confession; I was a terrible programmer when I first started out. By terrible I mean my code was never structured, it didn't have a flow,…
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2019S.E
August 20, 2019

My Burnout Story: Noticing it, dealing with it and avoiding it

I remember watching some developers both at work and school drowning in its hideous overpowering grasp. It is not a pretty site. I’d ask myself…
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S.E
August 8, 2019

Deploying A React Application With Firebase

Firebase and React go nicely like avocado on toast :) Have you ever built an application and then realized you have no idea how to…
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OpinionsS.E
August 3, 2019

Django Features That Save On Time And Programming Headaches

Django is a Python based framework that takes care of a lot of web development hassle. Thank you Adrian Holovaty and Simon Willison. "The web…
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S.E
August 2, 2019

Writing Web Content Easier and Faster: Simple Markdown Cheat Sheet

Markdown is a syntax intended for writing for the web. It converts its output to clean structured HTML without the hassle of HTML tags. John…
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2019Favorites
July 25, 2019

Four Favorites => July

These are some of the things I have used this month that have made me a happy camper. Redux Devtools This is probably the closest…
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S.E
July 16, 2019

Getting Started with MongoDB on Windows

A guide to getting started with MongoDB, a NoSQL database program, on windows. Installation The first step, obviously, is installation. Visit mongodb’s official download center…
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S.ETutorials
June 20, 2019

Deploy a Django App With Heroku + my experience

The past few days have been an enormous PAIN thanks to trying to get a Django application up and running on the internet. I am…
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S.E
May 9, 2019

20 Linux Commands I use Almost Daily

Ubuntu has been my main operating system for over a year now. Though it may not be my main choice, for very superficial reason, I've…
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2019
April 8, 2019

A Week Of Compliments

This was a week of keeping track of compliments, the ones I gave and the ones I received. Why? Well I wanted to notice the…
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S.E
March 27, 2019

Template or No Template

I went through the pros and cons of using and not using a template for the front-end design of a website, so in this article…
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2019
March 21, 2019

Thursday Ramblings

Today is one of those extra looong days. When every hour seems tripled and my mind cannot stay focused for as long as 5 minutes…
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2019
March 18, 2019

A Week Of Beautiful Things

I don't notice beauty around me, I see it but I don't notice it. At least not until recently. Realizing I am surrounded by beauty…
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2019
February 28, 2019

A Week of Complaining: 17-02 to 23-02

I complain a lot to myself, but almost never to other people. I have no idea why. Maybe I just find it exhausting. This was…
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2019
February 14, 2019

A Week of My Phone: 03.02 to 09.02

This week was about observing why I touch my phone and what goes through my mind before my hands subconsciously pick it up. There were…
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2019
February 4, 2019

A Week of Food: 27.01 to 02.02

This week I chose to notice the moments I was eating. From the moment I had a meal. snack or beverage in front of me,…
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S.E
January 31, 2019

What kind of documentation reader are you?

Software development entails using several different tools together in harmony to create the end goal. No one ever really knows how all available tools work,…
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2019
January 28, 2019

A Week of Sound : 24.01 to 26.01

One of the goals I made this year was to practice awareness, noticing everything within and without me at the present moment. 3 weeks into…
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Opinions
January 19, 2019

A Balancing Act

After graduating from undergrad, people usually have a set of options. Look for a job, start a business, pursue their career or get their masters…
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Art
December 6, 2018

Kalasha Award Winning Animation

The process behind Isolated has been a long time coming. My apologies Disclaimer, it is more technical than my usual writing and contains some graphic…
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Opinions
December 1, 2018

What I learnt from building an e-commerce system.

In the past two weeks, I have learned how to use a new framework (Laravel), got into a language I only used while in school…
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Book Reviews
November 23, 2018

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (Happiness)

This has been one of those books I finish in record time and not because of its few pages but because I was extremely intrigued…
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Book Reviews
November 17, 2018

In the Meantime (Life and Love)

This is a tad different from what usually post about but I thought I may as well make this my space to talk about anything…
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