The idea of the trip was to take a break from the daily routines and take a step back. Re-evaluate where I am, and where I want to go. Continue reading
Recently I have finished reading the book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki. For someone who has never ventured into the personal finance and investment world, it is certainly an eye-opener. I learned a lot of new ways of thinking regarding money, but also kept critically thinking about the deeper issues beyond the sugar-coated words in the book. So here is my critique on the somewhat short book: Continue reading
NUS finals are over and I see that people are checking my module reviews to decide which ones to take and which ones to avoid. I took a look back at my reviews and found a lot of them quite interesting or amusing.
So here is my retrospective on all of the CS (and maths) modules that I took in NUS, and how I feel about them after working as a full stack software engineer for one and a half years: Continue reading