Bob Ross, an iconic and charismatic man that painted beautiful sceneries on his follow-along TV-show in the 80s and 90s, helped me understand something important when it comes to writing documentation for processes. According to Wikipedia, Bob Ross painted three versions of almost every painting featured on his show. The
Sundial Growers Inc. (Ticker: SNDL) One of r/wallstreetbets many favorites. A stock I have been actively watching for a while. The Previous Close price at the time of writing this was: $0.5977. One thing I have noticed is that this stock has almost always been on the move.
I just finished reading the Loopring whitepaper - Loopring: A Decentralized Token Exchange Protocol [https://loopring.org/resources/en_whitepaper.pdf] > The Loopring protocol sets out to be a foundational layer for decentralized exchange. What they are writing in the whitepaper, is that Loopring is fundamental building blocks for a
So yesterday I saw this quote on social media. > Your comfort zone is not a good benchmark It made me think. It made me think a lot. If your comfort zone is not a good benchmark, then some new questions arise. What is a good benchmark? And what are we
So I finally pushed myself into setting up a platform for writing again. This will be a place where I share my ideas, write essays on technology, explain how I learn, and just generally get thoughts out there without too much filter. I recently signed a job as a senior