Ever since I bulged two discs on August 16th 2017, my lower back has been bothering me. At first I…Read More Combatting lower back pain
Radical Condor by Kim Scott is a must read for anyone who is or aspire to be a leader/manager/boss. It starts with a mistake…Read More Book Review: Radical Condor by Kim Scott
BigQuery and BigTable are Google’s equivalents of SQL for Big Data and a corresponding database. Here’s an example…Read More Google Cloud Platform – BigQuery
The picture above is Adidas CrazyTrain Elite Boost. Adidas Boost is a proprietary foam with great energy return. It’s very comfortable and extremely popular. You can find it in many models including UltraBoost, Pure Boost, Energy Boost, etc. In its raw form, Boost is white…Read More Why are sneakers’ midsoles mostly white?
Scarcity by Sendhil Mullainathan and Eldar Shafir is one of the best books I’ve read in a while! It’s a book about psychology related to “scarcity,” …Read More Book Review: Scarcity by Sendhil et al
In Agile Scrum software development philosophy, there are many roles and they each play an important part to “get sh*t done.” Here I want to discuss…Read More Agile Scrum: stakeholder, product owner, product manager?
In software engineering interviews, often there are questions other than coding. Below are just some of them…Read More Interesting general “technical solutions” questions
Sore in Six: Abs is a great eccentric hard workout, accompanied by blood-pumping metal music!! The reason why…Read More Athlean-X: Sore In 6 Minute Ab Workout
According to Wikipedia: “Raymond Dalio is an American investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. Dalio is the founder of investment firm Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest hedge funds.”… both Dalio and Buffett are “Gods of investing.” They have proven, time and again, to beat the market and built great companies…Read More Book Review: “Principles” by Ray Dalio
In life, I find that one of the keys to have courage is by asking myself “what’s the worst that can happen?” It’s often…Read More “What’s the worst that can happen?”