5 things coding taught me

I’ve learned a lot from picking up how to code. It goes without saying that I’ve learned new skills in web development, problem solving, and even, learning how to learn. While the first year will always feel the most eye-opening (and confusing), I think the biggest changes have come in …

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Moving from Sublime to VIM

Like many developers starting out, I used Sublime Text as one of my first text editors. It’s one of the most popular free editors that is also beginner friendly. It’s packed with features and has a mature suite of productivity plugins for tons of customization. When I joined a commercial …

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5 things about living abroad: No turning back

Last year, some people shared a Thought Catalog post on 10 things about living abroad, there’s no turning back. I’m not a fan of TC’s material but they have good post ideas. This is my version. A little more concise and things that are relatable to my own experiences. I …

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A look back at Startup Weekend Vancouver

It was 1am on November 5th and I was stuck on some code. I decided to take a break and check off something else on my to do list: look at the upcoming startup events for startup week. The kickoff to startup week was Startup Weekend Vancouver (hereby known as …

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The Unsuccessful Student

This is a special interview piece written by my friend Michael Wong. He helped inspire the idea behind this website. Enjoy!   “The Unsuccessful Student” Written by: Michael Wong Fact: everybody wants to travel the world. It’s an escape from the familiar and an opportunity to “soul search”. Does traveling …

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