I don’t believe on a specific language or a framework but on software principles that translate across language barriers. Frameworks and even programming languages change fast but principles are evergreen. I studied Petroleum Engineering (Yes I am a Petroleum Engineer :D). Weird Right! But It’s been an interesting journey to get here.
To be honest my academic study wasn’t a complete waste of time, I learned a lot during this period and the most important lesson was to not be afraid to ‘waste time’ trying new things or making mistakes. It’s part of figuring out what works for you and what doesn’t. Also having the courage to walk away from places that i don’t belong anymore at least emotionally.
And once you find your passion, focus on the things that are in your control which is the process. You have to love the process more than the prize. It doesn’t matter what are the conditions, it doesn’t matter how bad the things are turning for you. What matters is you are on the right track so stop judging yourself and be patient. have the courage to live a life true to yourself, not the life others expected of you.
I love challenges, Always looking to improve and play nice with both humans and machines. And photography is my second passion.
My Current Interests: Scaling Web Applications, Microservices Architecture, Cloud Native Architecture, High Availability and Automation.
I would love to hear from you, and what you think about clivern. All feedback is welcome and if you have any idea you’d like to share or what you think I should write about next, let me know!