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I Write to Share What I Learned

Ship. Learn. Share. Repeat.

I enjoy writing about TypeScript, Rust, and web technology. Especially the subtle things that unblock engineers' daily work and inspire to strive for engineering excellence. Some of my articles are featured in publications such as Better Programming and Hacker Noon.

June 22, 2022

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January 20, 2022

Leadership

From Frontend Developer to Principal Software Engineer

I recently joined a European public company as a Lead Software Engineer. The role has a combined responsibility of Principal Software Engineer and Senior Engineering Manager. It is challenging but I was prepared. I want to share with you 50+ books and resources that help me in my journey.

January 13, 2022

Rust

Binary Tree Insertion in Rust

I was struggling with Rust's ownership when implementing a Binary Tree so I re-read about it. After taking my time understanding it and refactoring, I finally made a breakthrough😎 I'm very excited to share with you the awesome features in Rust I came across. You'll see interesting concepts like smart pointers and ownership.

December 28, 2021

Rust

Indexing Strings in Rust and TypeScript: A Case Study of String

Text is essential in programming languages. String is the Rust's and JavaScript's definition to process text in written languages around the world. Through the simple concept of string indexing, we'll discuss how Rust and JavaScript process strings and how they handle the nuances in strings such as grapheme, or even emojis.

December 6, 2021

TypeScript

Writing Your Own TypeScript CLI

Writing CLIs feels like a super power💯 You can write one too! I'll show you how to develop a CLI with TypeScript step by step and demonstrate how you can apply your CLI in CD/CI pipelines. We're going to uncover the power of Google Lighthouse and many more amazing npm packages!

February 9, 2021

October 6, 2020

Performance

Using WebP for Better User Experience

WebP is a modern image format that provides outstanding image quality with smaller image size. I'll show you how much you can benefit from it and how to setup your project for optimal developer experience.

March 18, 2020

Leadership

3 Principles to Triumph Your Software ProjectPublished on Medium

Practical experience that shapes billion dollar enterprise. I have been very fortunate to take a part in important topics at trivago. We have brought groundbreaking changes in accommodation search. It was clear that our data-informed approach is the foundation to innovation. I want to share with you our learnings.

November 6, 2019

October 15, 2018

Engineering Culture

JavaScript Workshop with Kyle SimpsonPublished on trivago tech blog

A recap of the 5-day JavaScript journey. It has been a couple of months since Kyle, author of the “You Don’t Know JS” series, visited our trivago headquarters and gave us a wonderful JavaScript workshop. It was such an enjoyable week, being able to meet Kyle in person and walk through his thinking behind the materials.

September 25, 2018