For about 3 years I've been a big supporter of Web and Hybrid app development. One of the main reasons for that was that I was firstly a hybrid app developer for these 3 years myself. I say "was" since I recently switched teams, and now I am a full-time iOS developer (native app development). … Continue reading Benefits of Native Mobile Apps
How Software Engineers Handle Outages?
You probably know already that this Monday there was a world-wide outage of many Google services for about 45 minutes. The thing to be noted is that the affected services were also the most important Google services which have the most users, which includes Gmail, YouTube, Google Cloud, Play Store etc... I don't think Google … Continue reading How Software Engineers Handle Outages?
WordPress.com vs WordPress.org (Which is Better?)
Hello, y'all. If you have already visited this blog before you would have already figured this out, but if not, you would have noticed that this blog has a lot of WordPress branding. The reason for this is of course because the site is hosted on the WordPress platform. But the detail to be noted … Continue reading WordPress.com vs WordPress.org (Which is Better?)
Bought a Moto Phone (again): The why behind it
I haven't done any product reviews and never thought I would do one until now. That being said, this is not a product review per se but the thought process that was involved in me making the decision to buy the Moto G8 Plus. This is in no way a comprehensive review of the technical details of the Moto G8 plus.
Kindle vs Paperback: My Thoughts
And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh. Ecclesiastes 12:12 Anyone studying for an exam could testify that much study is truly a weariness of the flesh. Given that, a book written to a specific person would capture them to … Continue reading Kindle vs Paperback: My Thoughts
Should you learn C++?
Since C++ is my favorite language, and the one that I am most comfortable with as it is my first programming language, I might be a bit biased. That being said, any experienced software developer would tell you C++ is freaking hard, and I accept that 100%. But so is quantum physics, calculus, marriage, self-discipline, taking seminars, … Continue reading Should you learn C++?