Software developer, consultant, and webtoon doodler.
While working on XJS 3, I had to frequently parse the XML strings that the XBC core is sending to me, and then create an interface for TS so that tslint would stop complaining my use of any. With that, I created a tool to automatically generate the interfaces for
In the age of micro-services and "serverless" functions, it's very unlikely that you would use NodeJS for a monolithic backend approach. But I still did go for a monolith approach for a side project, mainly because micro-services is a little overwhelming for a side project, and serverless functions have some
I made a React UI Component library for XSplit plugins even though I am aware that there are existing internal UI libraries available within the team. Although I'm just a consultant for SplitmediaLabs, I still do have access to their internal repository. To answer the question quickly, it's mainly because
The people I admired, that I wished I had some sort of communication with, felt further from my reach than ever before. This happened when high-school was nearing its end. My brother was a student of Mapua, and I wanted to go to that same school as him, as a
I started working as an intern more than a decade ago, at December of 2009. Looking back at my journey makes me smile, as although it was hard at times, it has certainly been fulfilling. I could still remember my days at high school, how I simply wasted my time
I'm back at WeRemote for co-working today, as I have to meet up with sir Ralph today. I must say, I still prefer this co-working space over the other co-working spaces I've been to, even though there are some obviously better establishments out there. Why I still prefer WeRemoteWeRemote is
GritXL is a co-working space in East Rizal that has a bold vision for the immediate area.
This is the 4th part of my learn-in-public shinazz, with me taking a crash course on Algorithms and data structures. In this post, we will talk about a 5-step process I learned in solving programming problems. It's a 5-step process that should help you on implementing and solving complex requirements.
I'm now alone as a frontend engineer at my day job. I contemplated as to why I was saved from getting kicked out. Why him, and not me. This occurred after the Mobile developer from my side project got booted out, and our frontend engineer almost suffered the same fate.
It's been a year since I started working on my current job as a remote software engineer, and it's time to do some reflection on how things went, how did it affect me personally, and what I expect moving forward. Aside: Funny though that I'm called a "Senior Software Engineer"