Howdy friends, You are receiving the first installment of my new weekly newsletter. As a catalyst for organizing my thoughts, I'll be sharing ideas that may (or may not) make it into the Bus Theory videos. This brings me to my first topic. Don't get off the bus too earlyI
I decided to sit down at the canal with a fishing pole and tell a few tales of the travels in Ireland.
After listening to a podcast with Cameron Herold I began working on a vivid vision for Setkit. I recognize this is premature but it has provided some valuable writing that I may just turn into a post. I recently got some new video/audio equipment so I'm gearing up to
This has been my first week back in TN, living at home with Mom. In some ways it does feel like it's been over 18 months since I've been here but in many ways everything still feels the same. Amazingly a close friend of mine was also back in town
AmplifyI've begun the attempt to integrate Amplify into the Swift project. I'm a few steps into the 'Getting Started' tutorial and things are moving along fine. I finished the rest of the swipeable card tutorial and encountered a few more examples of complex Swift code that I got lost in.
I have always been an adamant proponent of "write once, publish everywhere". Simply meaning that I have never learned native mobile app development and have always preferred hybrid approaches such as React Native or Ionic. Because why wouldn't it be better to write one codebase and release to multiple platforms.
IntroDuring the early days of my WHV, I managed to sustain myself without having any steady stream of income. Benefiting from a mutual connection and a friend from university, I saved a significant sum of money by living on people's couches. I'll never be able to fully express my gratitude
I recently attended the first-ever Startup Weekend Dublin FashTech. 54 hours to iterate a business idea that can hold up to the judge's questions, concerns, and comments. This year's event was held in the WeWork co-working offices and was sponsored by Bank of Ireland, Zalando, and Glohup. Over the past
Update Aug 4, 2020: The following is an original post from my Svbtle personal blog and Medium, preserved for authenticity. “Slow and steady wins the race” reads the well-known phrase from childhood. The Tortoise and the Hare has taken on new significance as the state of the world allows everything
Update Aug 4, 2020: The following is an original post from my Svbtle personal blog, preserved for authenticity. So many great things have happened over the course of the last couple of months. And I feel that there are many more to come. I have been working at Emerson Process