How I am handling mandatory quarantine in addition to jet lag.

tl;dr

  • Mandatory quarantine is somewhat like solitary confinement.
  • However, I understand that it’s effective in curbing the spread of Corona.
  • I have a bunch of different activities that I am partaking in every day to keep myself occupied.
  • Jet lag + quarantine sucks and it simply takes time to get over jet lag.

This article is for those who may have to deal with a quarantine once they go back to their home country or are traveling or whatever. So, I recently returned to my home city of Kota Kinabalu which is in East Malaysia. The Malaysian government has mandated that…


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Today marks the two year anniversary of when I started as a full-time developer. I went from a CS graduate who had no web development experience to a full-stack developer working at a startup. When I first started working, I only worked on the front-end and eventually moved on to write server side code as I grew more and more competent. I wanted to share some advice I wish I had received when I started out after two years of experience.

Google is your best friend, you’re going to spend more time googling than working some days when your teammates…


You probably have wondered how people create these beautiful code snippets:

I’ve wondered myself before and initially used something like this for code snippets:

h1 {
color: #292727;
text-align: center;
}

I found out how to use gists and will show you how you can do it yourself in two minutes. So, let’s dive in!

1. Go to github.com.

2. Click on your profile icon on the top of the page and select “Your Gists.”

Click “Your gists”.

3. Click on the plus icon on the top right of the page.


Updated: 7 September 2019 — typo fixes, npm run => npm run-script, gist code examples

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Introduction

In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up a React TypeScript project from scratch. I’m assuming most of you know what TypeScript is and what its benefits are, so I won’t delve into that too much. But for those who are unsure and are more interested you can find more…


Disclaimer: I want to note that I am not a financial advisor and the content in this article does not constitute financial advice. You should always DYOR (do your own research) and invest at your own risk. Do not invest any amount of money that you aren’t comfortable with losing, this will be beneficial for both your sanity, sleep as well as your ability to make better trading and investment decisions not based off strong emotions.

I also want to point out that I am not an expert. I’m still learning like many others who recently jumped down the crypto…


Work smart and hard and you will achieve your dreams.

tl;dr at the end.

As a fresh Comp Sci graduate of Union College (a small liberal arts college in upstate New York), I was excited to see where I could go with this degree. I read about how CS grads were on high demand in the job market, so I had an unrealistic belief that just by having a Computer Science degree, I would be able to land a job easily. Boy, was I wrong…

During my four years at Union, I took the usual CS electives that you’ll find at larger universities (data structures, algorithms, compiler design, programming languages…

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