Pycon Philippines 2018 – My First Pycon Experience

PyCon Philippines is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit conference centred on the Python Programming language. The goal of the conference is to provide a venue where the Python programming language and surrounding technologies can be explored, discussed and exercised. I’ve always wanted to attend this conference since 2015 when one of my friends send me a request … Continue reading Pycon Philippines 2018 – My First Pycon Experience

A Night Of Making Memories in Camarines Norte

A group of bloggers invited me to join them in exploring Camarines Norte. It was an unforgettable and fulfilling experience. Exploring a new place gives you a good vibe–learning their culture, exploring unknown spots and meeting the locals. We left Manila at nine (9) in the evening for 8-9 hours of travel going to Camarines … Continue reading A Night Of Making Memories in Camarines Norte

Calaguas Island – Truly A Paradise

From the group of islands in the Pacific, there lies a famous long stretch of white sand beach. Blessed with beautiful coastline, surrounded by turquoise seas and rolling hills of grasslands – this is Calaguas Island. Calaguas Group of Islands includes three major islands — Tinaga Island, Guintinua Island, and Maculabo Island. True to its name, … Continue reading Calaguas Island – Truly A Paradise

Free Python Programming Course

Hey! Want to learn python programming? Al Sweigart is offering a free udemy course until December 1 only. Sign up and enroll on the course now. Al Sweigart is a professional software developer who teaches programming to kids and adults. Sweigart has written several programming books for beginners, including Automate the Boring Stuff with Python, … Continue reading Free Python Programming Course

If The World Was Created By A Programmer

In the beginning, there was light and darkness and stack overflow, which is really just a combination of the two. In a shiny, new world made by a programmer, one might see their creation and go, ‘yeah, that’s probably good,’ but bugs may lie just below the surface…   Source: