In this post, I will share what I gained from my small steps in contributing to open source projects.
There are a lot of ways to level up as a frontend engineer and grinding algorithms isn't the only way.
A small tutorial on creating a subscribe-based data store in React.
Year-end post, as usual.
Prevention, damage control, and revitalization often are mixed up.
The burning desire to proof yourself perhaps can be a double-edged sword.
I am too lazy to write draining reflections like last year, so let's just write random stuff.
This post covers a step-by-step guide to publish a library to the npm registry, as well as things to consider before doing so.
In this post, I'll be sharing my experiences with burnout. It will be mostly about how did it feel and its comparison with frustration.
In this post, I will be sharing a bit about creating a count-up timer.
I think they are really useful, but sometimes they are just overused in the defense of "it's shorter".
Despite having visited the same therapist four times in the last year, somehow I was still able to learn new things.
I ranked my top 3 achievements and struggles as I reflected on this rollercoaster year.
I was still a competitive gamer back in 2016. Then, I slowly walked away from it.
I asked myself a question before I got married, "Will emotional affection between husband and wife last for a lifetime?"
If you hate writing JSDoc syntax, you might really love TypeScript.
I finished my Masters in December 2019 and here are my thoughts after the ride.