In this episode we discuss a topic that is without a doubt, close to our hearts: programming. In 2007, Justin James published an article in Tech Republic entitled 10 Types of Programmers You'll Encounter in the Field, which was a hit to us because of its relatableness. In here, we revisit the article, group the … Continue reading The 10 Types of Programmers You’ll Encounter
Okay, to claim that this is the most significant thing that a software engineer wants his client to know would be a little presumptuous. But what I am about to say is something that most software engineers can relate to. "What's that one thing you wish your customers know?" is a question that's been asked many many … Continue reading That One Thing Every Software Engineer Wanted Their Customers to Know
Smartphones could be charged in 60 seconds with new battery http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/11518125/Smartphones-could-be-charged-in-60-seconds-with-new-battery.html
No, I'm not one of those startup founders trying to convince the world and myself that I made an excellent decision. Maybe not yet. I am one of those consultants working for one. Last November 25, 2014 I celebrated my first year in the startup I joined after I thought that maybe the corporate world … Continue reading In Retrospect: My First Year in a Tech Startup
For a glimpse of one of the most awesome projects I worked on, I am reblogging this special review.
I watched the movie with my nephew. He requested for it. Right from the moment I saw its trailer in one of those movie dates I had, I knew it was going to be cool. I’m a creative working in the tech industry; inventions fascinate me. I thought that was it, that it’s the only thing that will make it appreciable for me. But I was surprised.
It will get a bit nerdy from here. Brace yourself if you have to.
The movie brought me back to my college days when I was working with my dissertation. I worked on a system that taught and implemented feed-forward artificial neural networks (ANN). The goal was way beyond providing a tutorial on ANN. I just had to include it because nobody was buying the idea that the system was capable of simulating human decision-making albeit imperfect. The real goal was to create…
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Palettab Chrome Extension offers color themes and fonts right from your browser tab http://thenextweb.com/creativity/2014/10/17/palettab-chrome-extension-offers-tab-based-color-themes-fonts/
So a couple of months ago I bought myself an Urbanears Plattan. My mobile phone functions more like a music player to me and when I switched to a different model and realized that the sound quality and setting is not as awesome as my previous one, I knew I had to dump the earphones that … Continue reading How to Clean your Urbanears Plattan
We make bad decisions once in a while and this is what our development team experienced working on an Ember project to be converted to a mobile application through Cordova. "What happened?" you would ask. We made a bad decision of independently coding the version to be converted to a mobile app with that version … Continue reading Dynamically Loading Stylesheets and Scripts in Cordova with Ember JS
Yelp CEO reviews his own business after 10 years http://www.apnewsarchive.com/2014/Yelp-CEO-shares-opinions-on-company's-history-with-Google,-technology-industry's-challenges/id-e2ad533c107f40a2abc691ccd597a8bb
As a professional, it's always about productivity these days. Starting in the industry, I never thought I would have to keep track of how I manage my time. I was just a software developer; at the bottom of it all. If I get my code working, that would be it for the day. But growing … Continue reading Business Insider: These Guys Raised $7 Million To Create A Calendar App That Thinks For You