A new season of learning
I’ve been writing how-to blog posts about career, time management, and more, for some years now. A lot of what I’ve written about was learned over a stretch of time, such as the months to experiment with pomodoro timing, the years to figure out a career path, and so on.
A lot of what I’ve shared in the past, were shared after I had consolidated the lessons learned into (generally) repeatable patterns, even testing them again in practice. What I’ve discovered is that I’m now entering a new “season of learning”, where I am learning more than what I can “confirm” to be repeatable just yet.
The importance of taking breaks in the pomodoro technique
In this post I walk through experiments to optimize my break time to focus time ratio, by changing their lengths and frequency, and how they impacted my overall productivity.
Applying Machine Learning - favorite lessons I've learned (Interview)
I share what I've learned in the applied ML field, especially in production, and enabling data science/machine learning to integrate with real products.
Capsule routines and transitory spaces
Maintaining a routine without missing a day, even while travelling.
PyDev of the Week - My journey as a Python developer (Interview)
I share my journey as a Python developer on the interview series, PyDev of the Week.
Rewriting my LinkedIn bio - what I improved, and how it's evolved
I dug up 3 versions of my LinkedIn bio over 2+ years. Here's a little behind the scenes of how I improved my copywriting.
On managing uncertainty, and circular thoughts
Two tools to deal with uncertainty - filtering for future facing worries, and fear setting.
Career Spotlight with high performers (Interview)
Writing effectively, how designing video games can be fulfilling, and the importance of experimentation.
From entry level to senior+ developer - Multiply impact with developer leverage
On the path to a senior level developer, it is important to understand how to make exponential impact with the same amount of time. Here's what I've learned.
Why my top productivity multiplier is sleep
I've written about many time management techniques that I used to achieve a lot in my career. It turns out that the most effective thing, is protecting sleep time. Here's why.