I’ve been working from home since 2018, so you can say I was “used to” working from home when the lockdown happened in 2020. But no, that was different. It was brutal. It sucked. And it was lonely and stressful. We all have bad memories of that period, but I have a few good onesContinue reading “Lockdown lesson #1: Reducing grocery waste”
Anything you want by Derek Sivers, is one of my all-time favorite books. It’s a short book you can read in an hour and contains 40 lessons Derek learned while building and selling cdbaby.com, a platform for independent musicians to sell their albums. The following is a summary of the 40 lessons. This is anContinue reading “Anything you want by Derek Sivers. Extended book resume”
It’s been two years since I started remote.ma, but I didn’t share why I started it before. So today, I’m going to share this with you. It all started when I wanted to work remotely: The story I applied to Automattic for three reasons: I wanted to work on something with an impact. And forContinue reading “Remote.ma: from a blog to a platform”
What if you’re left to choose the IDs of your documents on a NoSQL database like Firestore? Will you use a random string for your IDs, or try to use a combination of your document fields? Let’s take books for example. A good candidate for a unique ID is the ISBN, it’s a book identifierContinue reading “Is it bad practice to choose your own document ID in Firestore or a NoSQL database?”
A few months ago, I acquired my first project ever: okjob.io, a remote jobs board. The following is a recap of why I acquired it instead of building it myself and how I’m planning to use it. But first… Why the heck a job board? It’s been a while since I wanted to build aContinue reading “Acquiring my first Internet project: okjob.io”
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