Debugging, as the web refers to, is the process of identifying and removing errors from computer hardware or software. It lets you track down that error. When I started software development, I became familiar with the term of "rubber duck debugging" which is the process of walking a rubber duck through your code step-by-step which … Continue reading Rubber Duck Debugging and 10 Debugging Tips
Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is a modern metropolis with Japanese colonial lanes, busy shopping streets, and contemporary buildings. The skyline crowned by the 509m-tall, bamboo-shaped Taipei 101 skyscraper. Taiwan was never in my bucket list of places to visit only when I saw pictures shared by my friends online; it made me think twice, … Continue reading Tiring Yet Enjoyable Day One In Taiwan
On the travelling road, I have shared many experiences with strangers, and even though I may never see them again, the bond of what we experienced will forever tie us together as friends. We’ll depart each other's company in a few short hours, knowing only the best of one another.
The first few days were the most challenging. I knew without taking extreme measures I would slip back in my old routine and check my phone frequently throughout the day. So I removed all my social apps on my phone and cleared my browser history passwords on my desktop and laptop for me not to open them on my devices.
It was a test of life and death experience for me. I don't even know how to swim. I have a heart failure. I'm weak physically but amidst all, I gave my whole bravery to do this. Always believe in yourself. What is really like under the sea? I don't know how to swim. Yes. … Continue reading Life Lessons From A Beginner Free Diver
Dear Designers, This letter has been brewing for years. Parts of it have been delivered in speech and in writing to various designers over a long period of time. However I’ve always dreaded publishing it out of fear that it would implicate the current designer or client I’m working with. So before I proceed I’d … Continue reading To Designers With Love (A Letter From a Front-end Developer)
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine There is nothing like diving out of your comfort zone to make you realize that you are a newbie in life no matter what your age. I travel when I had some conflict in life. Traveling made … Continue reading To Travel is to Live