Since I didn't see any good tutorial after a bit of googling, I decided I will write up a quick tutorial on my own, so anyone searching for it, can find it here.
Can big-tech teach us how we we should teach? I allowed myself to let my thoughts roam freely to rethink education, based on first principles, from a clean slate.
2020 was a year that taught me a lot. In some ways it even made me fundamentally rethink some things. These are my major takeaways:
Can technology lessen the impact of a significant health crisis such as COVID19? From robots to applying artificial intelligence research to discover new molecules, I gathered a few examples of how it helped in the recent outbreak.
Today is a day of sorrow for me, a proud European. On this sad day, I wish Britain all the best for the future and explain my complicated relationship.
For me, "Domain-Driven Design" felt like a game changer when I first heard of it. But can the same be applied to also enhance not just the creation of complex software, but the creation of an entire business?
Anyone who knows me will have heard me talk about this book. Kawasaki outlines in great depth and yet compact form how to start a company, pitch to investors, grow and stay innovative. Read why I believe it to be an essential book for every entrepreneur.
So it began, the 2020s, a new decade. I am planning a lot this year, and in this post I want to outline a few of these goals and milestones.