Why I Left YouTube for a Year
I want to explain why I left YouTube for over a year. There were a lot of internal questions that I had to figure out and YouTube was causing additional stress. I learned that giving yourself permission to quit is one of the hardest things you can do in life. I also learned that fulfillment and pleasure are not always interchangeable.
I Will Build Something Great...Once I Get an Idea
Everything starts off with an idea. You can't build a business without an idea. You can't make a movie without an idea. You can't draw without an idea. So how do you get an idea?
Build a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster
Here is how I built a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster with K3s, Nginx and MetalLB.
Your Upload Speed is Probably Too Slow
Your upload speeds could be causing your Internet to feel slow.
People Who Are Obsessed With Success and Prestige
What does it look like to be obsessed with success and prestige? Imagine a guy who starts many endeavors and side projects just because he wants to be known as the creator of something. Or someone who builds another social app, not because he has an unique problem that's unaddressed, but because he wants to be the cool tech entrepreneur who everyone admires and envies
Best Way to Choose a Toilet at a Festival
What's the best way to choose a porta potty at a music festival? Using the optimal stopping theory (also known as the secretary problem).
Notes From The Mom Test
The Mom Test was an excellent read on validating your business ideas and finding the right costumers. Here are my favorites quotes from the book.
Yes, I Keep a Google Home in my Bedroom
I am not afraid to keep a Google Home in my bedroom. Despite the risks and concerns, it offers me convenience that I come to enjoy.
Challenges Using Istio
The team and I decided to use Istio to secure the communication of our microservices. However, we ran into many challenges using Istio in our environment.
The Four Types of Business Ideas
All business ideas seem to originate from a finite group of categories; each having an unique trajectory to fruition. The four types of business ideas involve solving someone elses problem, your own problem, guessing it, and copying.