Everything I’m not passionate about

The original goal of this blog was to document my journey in answering the big question, “where to next in life?” while creating a relatable content to anyone else wondering something similar. The motto, “learn, explore, create” was my mantra and to show that ordinary to extraordinary was possible through …

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Exploiting the AR world: what Pokemon Go taught us

Pokemon Go is a thing. Or it was a thing. It smashed so many records with its release and had so people walking around like drones that it’s crazy to think that it only started two months ago. The numbers are in steady decline now with over 10 15 million …

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Melbourne vs Vancouver

Melbourne is the current most “livable city in the world” while Vancouver is a former number one. They compare a bunch of crap that you probably don’t care about, but what you probably do care about is major lifestyle areas. This is the first of a series comparing various cities …

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Dear me: A letter to past and future self

Dear Chester, Your birthday has recently passed, and a significant one some might say. A real milestone for many people! I think it’s a great time to reflect a bit on the past and look into the future a little. What are your fondest memories? What do you look forward to …

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5 ways Melbourne is like Vancouver

People from Melbourne always have the impression that Australia is a lot like Canada. My response? “Well Canada is a very large Country so that’s not really true.” That being said, there are similarities between Vancouver and Melbourne. Since it’s a common perception, I’ll pick what I think are 5 …

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Lessons from the farm

“You can learn everything you need to know about life at a farm.” Michael once said. How true do you think that statement is? In Australia, backpackers come to a farm for different reasons: either for the experience, the visa days, or for some money to travel. You can often …

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Practical Object Oriented Design in Ruby (POODR) Review

Practical Object Oriented Design in Ruby (POODR) is one of the most well-known and iconic books in the Ruby library. While the book uses Ruby in all of its examples. The core concepts of object-oriented design are beautifully explained and are applicable to all object-oriented languages. It’s very different from …

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The story that never was

Everyday we make simple and complex decisions which impact our course in life. With a mix of circumstance, timing and choice, we mix three powerful ingredients to alter our lives in tiny to significant ways. With every cross-road, we have the ability to change our story. We make new stories and …

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