Being a software consultant requires a constant growth mindset. This means having a thirst for knowledge, in both technical and interpersonal skills. With a plethora of topics and resources available, making a choice can be a daunting task. These are a few questions I ask myself when deciding on my next topic to research.
Like many other developers at Atomic, my Git workflow relies heavily on the command line. I recently started using Visual Studio Code since my editor of choice, Spacemacs, did not have great React and TypeScript support. Since I started using VS Code’s Git interface, I have seen an improvement in my productivity. Here are some […]
For the past few years, I have rarely woken up early unless I was required to do so. This doesn’t mean that I’ve been consistently late to early arrangements, just that I’ve given myself little time to prepare for the day. During my time in college, I would wake up an hour before my earliest […]
For almost a year now, I have been using Spacemacs, an Emacs distribution designed to make Vim users and newcomers to Emacs comfortable in Emacs, as my daily text editor. I was initially hooked by the nearly flawless Vim emulation, which is the best I have used in any text editor. After I had gotten my […]