Rubber Duck Debugging and 10 Debugging Tips

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

Tiring Yet Enjoyable Day One In Taiwan

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

First Time in El Nido was Mind-Blowing

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.

I Quit Social Media for 30 Days – Here’s What Happened

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.

Life Lessons From A Beginner Free Diver

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

To Designers With Love (A Letter From a Front-end Developer)

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)

To Travel is to Live

“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