I occassionally write on my blog about tech, projects, reviews (and will add photography and travel in the future)... so here's some of them.

Philanthropy (FY2019)
Sun 12th Jul 2020

As part of my idea of giving back to society apart from volunteering and mentoring, I'm starting to kick off some donations and charity work.

Upgrading my site
Mon 13th Apr 2020

I know I do this all the time, but once I’ve decided to upgrade my personal site.

Talking to strangers
Fri 3rd Apr 2020

Today, while browsing through Reddit I came upon a post where the user was talking about how he was talking to his Lyft driver. This reminded me of a conversation that I had with my taxi driver last year.

Analysing COVID-19 Flights in Australia with Python.
Thu 2nd Apr 2020

I you all may have been aware over the past few months, the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak started spreading all over the world and into Australia. I’ve been tracking the Australian cases as it started to slowly climb the exponential curve, with most of the cases being imported (and still is) and now central way of keeping track of it. I decided to build a tool which captures this data source from various government websites.

Introducing Muhnee
Sun 16th Feb 2020

Today I am really excited to announce that Nikhil Ramesh and I are launching something that we have been working on recently over the past couple of months – Muhnee.

Supercharging your development environment on Visual Studio Code
Sat 15th Feb 2020

Like many developers out there, Visual Studio Code (VSCode) is now my go to editor for almost everything (with the exception for Android Studio (for Android) and IntelliJ IDEA (for Java)). I really like customising my VSCode, so that it is easier for me to develop on.

Making your terminal more awesome
Fri 7th Feb 2020

I use my terminal 90-100% of the time whenever I’m on my MacBook Pro and like many other developers I really like customising my terminal so that it helps me with my workflow.

2019 in Review
Thu 26th Dec 2019

And that’s it! We’re now at the end of 2019 which also means it’s the end of the decade too. These past 10 years have gone by in a flash, at the start of the decade I started high school, now at the end of it I finished my degree at Monash University. So here’s a look back across 2019.

Farewell Monash eSolutions (and Monash)
Sun 3rd Nov 2019

To be honest, I don’t really like saying goodbyes and usually hope I can just disappear quietly. Yet, at the same time I realise that I have to do this otherwise I’ll probably regret it in a couple of months. So I’m writing this to reflect my time at Monash and what I have learnt along this journey.

March 2019 in review
Sun 31st Mar 2019

As I previous stated back in late February 2019, that this year was going to be hectic Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been quite busy, with...

2019 itNews Benchmark Awards
Thu 14th Mar 2019

It’s a great honour and privilege to win the 2019 itnews #BenchmarkAwards – Rising Star Category along side Fiona Sparks (Go Victoria!)

2018 in Review
Mon 31st Dec 2018

That was quick! 2018 went by in a breeze and we’re here with a new year. For me this year, it was about making a difference to the community.

What advice would I have given to my 16 year old self.
Fri 1st Jun 2018

This article is inspired by Josh Farr’s post about ‘Given it’s 2018 and knowing what you know now, what advice would you give to your 16-year old self?’

Test Article
Thu 16th Jun 2016

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