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My Digital Garden

A collection of essays, notes, and half-baked explorations I’m always tending to.


My recent obsession with xyz domains

While, well, walking backwards (don’t ask!), I stumbled upon something interesting: .xyz domains. Now, hear me out – these aren’t your run-of-the-mill domain extensions. Asides having a catchy ring to it, they’re incredibly affordable, especially in the first year.

Intract or Galxe β€” don’t ask me

To initiate our exploration into how the crypto community has masterfully adapted Go-To-Market (GTM) and User-Generated Content (UGC) strategies, let’s define these essential concepts and their importance in the rapidly evolving crypto ecosystem.

Your Team is a Band, and Your Culture is the Vibe

Imagine a reggae percussionist trying to find their rhythm in a blues band. They might be an exceptional musician, but if their style doesn’t align with the band’s vibe, the music won’t flow as it should. Similarly, in a workplace, an individual might be exceptionally talented, but …

The age of Multi-discipline

Following the insights from Github Universe, I am now more convinced than ever about a pivotal shift in the future of software development. The role of developers is evolving, steering towards becoming professional debuggers, akin to doctors in

Passive income for the self employed

Trading bots for passive income seemed like a dream come true. I started with spot accounts, enjoying the slow, steady profits. Then came perps ! One night, I set a bot with 25x leverage and woke up to a liquidated account.

LLMs as Operating Systems

Last month the Microsoft Research team shared some insights in a generative application framework called AutoGen that casts a spotlight on so many intriguing possibilities in AI.Large Language Models (LLMs) like GPT-4 …

Redesigning notifications for web apps

Remember when app notifications kept us connected and in the loop? Fast forward to today, our notification centers have become battlegrounds of buzzing alerts that leaves us overwhelmed with truly important updates get lost in the noise.

Time to Critical Request (The TTCR Indicator for Team Progress)

Have you ever wondered if you were making progress on a project, and whether your product team was on track. Drawing on my experience from wearing different hatsβ€”from engineering to product managementβ€” I’ve identified several instances where TTCR could manifest itself

Welcome to the Age of Talent, Not skill

There is a term that I and the team at tecmie have consistently been referencing which is H.I.T.L. Short for Human In the Loop. H.I.T.L is critical in today’s world considering how AI has been flourishing in the past months.

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