I built a simple Ethereum project deployed to rinkeby network. It is part of my solidity course in Udemy and pretty proud of finishing it. The whole project taught me a lot of insights : Now I understand why Solidity programming is a strongly typed scripting language. Since blockchain technology essentially is a cryptographic database…

I got in to this programming hook and it's really weird working on code for 10 to 14 hours. I hardly speak that much, frustrated when I can't figure out the problem for hours, debugging for more hours, practically insane. But why do I do it? I could try to seek an accounting job again…

Super typhoon Haiyan (locally known as Yolanda) destroyed the middle part of the Philippines in 2013. I was working in Africa as an accountant at the time. It was the strongest storm (230kph) in our country's history. It took all the ocean waters with it and killed thousands of people and left damages in billions…

This project was included in my course on blockchain/ethereum/solidity and because I needed a lot of practice in Reactjs, I dived into it over the weekend. It paid off. It was a grear flex for my coding skills and nerd eyes(ability to read machine language, someguy named Stef from Canada calls it as that). I…

Coding is like a high prison wall that you need to climb every day. But it's not Why I focused on repeating the same project four times.. I need to become good in Reactjs as it is the overlying environment recommended for coding on Ethereum. I tested my knowledge in JavaScript. Functions , objects, looping,…

It's a process. Debugging is a common coding routine for developers and I am getting used to it. But as promising as blockchain really is, a lot of technology built around Ethereum still breaks, we are still in its very early stages. Deploying a project in rinkeby network was the task today but after multiple…