A few months back, I wrote about one of the mental models I use called The Mountain. If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend you check it out first! It sets up the following article as an application of that mental model, while the original article sets up the concept and the theory. […]
These past three months have been an extremely amazing ride. Let me share my story of how I was able to participate in a national government project. Three months (and nearly a thousand commits later) I find myself in a community of spectacularly talented and good people, a fantastically passionate community of Filipinos (hat tip […]
Initially written as a Tweet, but to-be-expounded on this blog post. When the data source produces a low-probability value (i.e., when a low-probability event occurs), the event carries more “information” than when the data source produces a high-probability value. Wiki on Entropy. Information Theory by Claude Shannon. In the context of relationships This translates to […]
Building stuff as an engineer excites me and draws my passion for so many things, but building myself is my most treasured project. April 11, 2019
Been listening to Farnam Street Blog, and I am very pleased with their content. In Embracing Confusion, one of their recent podcasts, they discuss how to embrace confusion, learning behaviors, leadership, and a lot more. I like being around Shane (author of the Farnam Street Blog, and the Knowledge Project Podcast) and the guests that […]
My apprenticeship continues, and my journey begins.