The rubber ducky method

At first I thought it was a bad joke in our course but eventually I came to realize that it is a true method adapted by programmers to solve coding problems most especially debugging. How it works is you explain your problem to an in-animate thing (preferably a rubber ducky) in a very detailed way…

my DaVinci code..

I write and code to learn. Every morning I read about resistance, stoicism, make to-do tasks and self-assessment questions, apply gratitude thinking and then write my reflections in a digital notebook. I try to create content rich daily blogs in this website. Normally a buffet of things that I believe can help other people reflect…

myFirstAppProject

I have been reading a lot lately and came across Leonardo da Vinci's biography. I reflect deeply to the above quote: "Knowledge is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough, we must do." I need to apply all this coding knowledge that I have been diving in the past four months. I…

The burned Library of Alexandria

Egyptians were obsessed with knowledge and created the Library of Alexandria which held 40,000 to 400,000 scrolls at a time, filled with librarians / researchers dedicated to collecting and writing all of the world's information during the ancient times. Though there were also accounts that the library was only created to show the wealth and…