Identifying problems and providing solutions... Problem: Teaching only works when the learner is eager to pick up and trial new things outside their comfort zones without worrying about deadlines around time management. Solution: But of course is aware of time taken to complete the task in hand, informing those that need to know how much … Continue reading Things I’ve learnt…
Having time spent reviewing code bases and realising where to optimise productivity. Helping out not just the end users, but the developers either sides of the teams. One of the biggest issue with our monolithic system is where to find certain features. This is because of many reasons. Built by different developers all at different … Continue reading New Strategy
As human beings we assume a lot, but realising after it's not the case anymore. We accept those that have worked longer in employment to know more. But when we talk about agendas, we realised that's not the case. Opening up and talking about topics we enjoy can show how in depth knowledge we may … Continue reading Uncertainty?
Just like in coding there's many methods, there's also many implementations. From NuGet to NPM, to CDN's. A mammoth system using all three can get confusing very quickly. Let's start by the most famous framework out there Bootstrap! Imagine there are different variations of it. The original, the Sass, the older version (just because it … Continue reading Many methods, many implementations.
Spare a moment? Teach if you can. Invest in some time. Learn as much as you can. Perhaps... Share a thought together. Maybe if you're lucky... Trade a skill for another? Who knows what you'll might find. From entry level to fullstack... There's always something to learn. Call it what you want. The cycle of … Continue reading Find Yourself
It's not always clear what to expect when building software especially when you're reliant on user stories that don't describe the full story. But then again, sometimes user stories can't be clear without some visual concepts what the users needs. From experience with visual concepts, many users thought this was it, concrete. Maybe that's because … Continue reading Sometime it’s not clear
Working in the Web realm is fascinating, but does have it's tolerance. Balancing many factors that one may not be aware of. Add that with business needs and growing demands from order of hierarchy. The cycle of success continues with continuous learning, finding, trialing new tech stacks to building and improving software architecture. Driven by … Continue reading I have a theory, but correct me if I’m wrong…
If you invest in a little bit more time, you get a whole lot more in return. Take this as my experience. If you take a look closer you will see patterns. Keeping things generic as possible offers flexibility and new ideas. Although time does come at a cost, think of it as a return … Continue reading The point.
When scaling as a business, usually there's a pattern of manual processes that requires time and effort in which usually becomes repetitive processes. This is where businesses need to start building automated processes to cut out the need for manual tasks. It allows the average person to work on something much more meaningful and with … Continue reading Every business needs it…
Finally finding out you’re the only one with a technical mind, a logical system thinker. Trying to make ends meet and continuing to learn as much as I could with the limited time I had in and out of office hours. I didn’t see any clear opportunities left after knowing the learning qualifications were in … Continue reading I left the process.