Software developer, consultant, and webtoon doodler.
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"
The last time we did our sprint planning, we were in Alabang. It was way too far from me, so for next sprint, we looked for a space in BGC. Clock-In was interesting, albeit a little pricier than all of the other co-working spaces we tried for the few months.
After moving on from WeRemote, we decided to try out a space near one of our Colleague who is somewhere at the south. We tried out Launchpad at Alabang. The price was way cheaper compared to all of the other spaces that we tried out, but with that came a
Our last co-working space that we tried out was The Loft, which had set the bar a little high since I was genuinely impressed with it. Although I was quite happy with it, the parking around The Loft was quite pricy for a 8 hour stay. I could easily be
After three months of development using expo for an MVP, I’d like to share some feedback on my experience on using the managed platform. Do note that my prior experience in react native before this project was just a month of R&D two years ago. It’s
I just thought that I’d share what I did on an internal CLI tool that allows others to NOT modify any existing files in the NodeJS CLI Tool project. The ProblemWe thought of creating a tool that would streamline our development workflow by automating some tidious, manual, and repetitive
After trying out ASPACE, we searched for a co-working space outside of Makati for a change. Our current scrum master decided to checkout Loft, and man was it way better than the previous co-working space we went to. Like what I did before, let’s drill it down from what’
Working remotely could get boring at times, and if you have colleagues working around the same area as you, you might opt to meetup face to face just to have a real human to talk to in person. For college kids back when I was still part of that age
So I made a tool and I thought of blogging about it. BackgroundI recently left SplitmediaLabs, and now I’m working remotely as a Senior Software Developer/Engineer for a consultancy (aside: contract says that I’m a Senior Software Engineer, but my company ID states that I’m a
For the past few weeks, I was looking for a new compiled language that I can make use of for my tools as I grew tired of Go language’s verbosity. I tried learning Rust, but as I expected, it was more suited for system projects, and found out how