A small collection of unconventional career advice for developers who did not compete a CS degree.
Learning to manange your short-term memory is a big unlock for your productivity as a software engineer. Learn about the Zeigarnik Effect and three ways it can make you more productive.
I used to be terrible at saying No. If you're reading this, I'm guessing you struggle with it too. If you're like me, then it's probably hard to say No because you don't want to disappoint people. If my boss asked me for something, I'd often try to figure it
If DAOs are more like governments than corporations, then DAOs are not your customer.
VimWiki is a way to create and maintain a second brain without ever having to leave Vim
My overview (and review) of the Tokens of Concord ERC1155 smart contract.
Introducing the basic control flow structures, like loops and conditionals, in Solidity.
The hard things about building a DAO are the hard things about painting a good landscape portrait.
Responsibility Accounting has existed since the 70s. It could find a lot more traction in DAOs than it ever did in traditional corporations.
How does blockchain create trust? This article, the second in a two-part series, provides an answer to that question.