Removing the first argument from the function signature is surprisingly hard. The way to do it correctly is equally surprising!
Using TypeScript to solve a common mistake Gutenberg developers make.
Any score is possible if you simply ask the right people.
I struggled with talking to new people a lot, but then I realized the counter-intuitive power of “how are you?” Saying “good” seems easy, but makes things hard. Sharing something honest seems hard, but it makes things much easier.
Expressing experiences using stars is like sculpting a song, dancing about a painting, or cooking about a movie. It’s the wrong tool for the job. Life is all about nuance that the stars in the online reviews lack.
Everything about online reviews is counter-intuitive. We think that a restaurant with 4.5 stars on Google Maps is typically better than one rated 4.0, but it’s not. These scores barely mean anything. That’s why I sigh whenever someone with a mobile phone tells me we should watch a different movie, eat in another restaurant, or go to a better escape room based only on the online scores. Life isn’t that simple.
2021 was another most intense year of my life. It was also unique: I reached almost none of the goals I set. The crazy part? I feel damn good about it.
I thought Web3 would revolutionize online writing, but publishing this article has changed my mind. The process was easy, but I don’t believe I own my work anymore.
My mom, a college dropout, used to relentlessly repeat that finding a decent job without a college degree is virtually impossible. She shared her life wisdom with me. During her times, higher education was a key to a good job and a good life. Unfortunately, knowledge only reached as far as the professor’s voice.
I went from dreading education to becoming an avid learner and even breaking into data science. How did I do that? I found inspiring teachers.