Lately, I have been learning about formal and informal logic. Today, I will share some notes on cause-effect related fallacies, which are unfortunately very common in arguments. Post hoc, ergo propter hocJust because B happens after A, it doesn't mean that A caused B. Example: My car has been working
This article is part of my TypeScript series. Please, consider subscribing to my newsletter for tips on programming, entrepreneurship and design. I have noticed multiple questions regarding how to convert a String value to a Number using TypeScript. The answer is that you can convert String to Numbers just the
To be honest, optimising a Webpack bundle is probably one of the most annoying things I have to do as a Software Engineer. Some resources to help you with it: Blog post with multiple toolsBlog post on how to reduce NextJS bundleToolswebpack-module-analyserTo understand why something is being bundled: whybundled npm
These are some of my notes on this interesting book, with interesting ideas on how to create a flourishing innovation driven organisation. Nurture innovation separating soldiers and research Nokia failed to develop the iPhone because it was refused by management Big organisations become risk averse and employees have low stakes.
Today, I had to automate the migration of inpractise.com's video provider from Contentful to Vimeo. The process implied downloading every video (around 500) and re-uploading it to Vimeo. Then linking the video to the corresponding article. We thought of hiring someone to do this task, but as an engineer,