I can’t speak for most programmers, but I started my career by taking courses online. That’s right, the courses I learned from my undergraduate degree are too theoretical for anything in the real world, so I took upon myself to learn about web/app development. It didn’t take long as there are very good resources out there on websites like Udemy, Coursera, Pluralsight, edX and more. Pretty soon, I reached the point where all web developers would reach at some point of their career, learning micro-service. It’s all about Docker, container, Kubernetes and orchestration. Feel lost yet? Well I did. Not because all of these terms are overwhelming because the courses that teach these things are pretty reasonably paced, but, as soon as you finish the course, you forget how to do micro-service. I have figured out the reason why.Read More »
This is a long over due follow-up of my original blog about the programming language, Vader, I’m currently developing. Vader Compiler is implemented in C#, and it’s under active development under this repo. My original goal was to develop it into a mature language with it’s own ecosystem, but given the man power and number of other languages available out there, that goal seems unlikely to reach. This does, however, makes me think of another idea for where Vader can go.Read More »
Yea… Something’s gotten into me, and, somehow, I’m building a programming language and a compiler. Later on, there will also be an IDE, VS Code plugin, and frameworks built arount it.
This one won’t be long, but it’s the start of the long journey that I’m taking(or at least trying to). I will write down what I have learned and thoughts along the way. I have decided to call my programming language ‘Vader’ because my next language will be called Kylo and will finish what this one has started.Read More »
This article is something I have been cooking up for some time now. I finished most of it a week before my hackathon last weekend, but I had to shift focus to the hackathon as we had a commitment to build a complete software solution for a local non-for-profit organization. Now that I have fully recovered from the busy two weeks of planning and hacking, I here present to you my view on the subject matter.
Microsoft should adopt “Android” and make a mobile device.
Whenever this topic/opinion is brought up, people often have different oppositions. The argument is mostly about that Android is owned by Google and that Microsoft needs to depend on them. This is exactly why I put “Android” in quotes. I don’t exactly mean Android. You can say it’s a click bait, but I mean AOSP, ie. Android Open Source Project. Let’s, for the sake of simplicity, call this imaginary version of Microsoft’s AOSP MOS (Microsoft OS). What are my arguments? Let me explain.Read More »