I am currently training as a triathlete. I became conscious on what I eat every single day. I don’t go on a diet but I am too picky with what I eat. As what my fitness coach told me, training for a triathlon is easier than we might think even if we have currently zero … Continue reading Salad Bar: Snack for a Beginner Triathlete
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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
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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: https://blog.toggl.com/world-created-programmer/
Modern world comprises of new trends in technology software and new computer models which make our world go around, but every piece of clever software ideas, there are group of programmers/developers behind the scenes solving problems through coding and developing intense projects. HISTORY of Programmer's Day In 2002, Russian programmers Valentin Balt and Michael Cherviakov … Continue reading Happy Programmer’s Day!
Dear Designers, This letter has been brewing for years. Parts of it have been delivered in speech and in writing to various designers over a long period of time. However I’ve always dreaded publishing it out of fear that it would implicate the current designer or client I’m working with. So before I proceed I’d … Continue reading To Designers With Love (A Letter From a Front-end Developer)