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The Bridge Pattern

This is the second post in a series of blogposts on Design Patterns. You can read about The Strategy Pattern here.

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The Strategy Pattern

This is the first post in a series of blogposts on Design Patterns. The strategy pattern is used when various implementations of a single behavior exists and we w...

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Down

A little more than 6 weeks ago, I fractured my ankle. As I was living alone, this was harder than I initially thought and this blog post is about my learnings fro...

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Unknowns

This is the second blog post on lessons from Poker - you can find the first post here.

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Quit Early, Quit Often

Quitting is most often talked about as a negative thing. You’d often hear people say - ‘Quitters never win’ or ‘Don’t give up so easily’ or ‘Be a yes-man and say ...

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Decisions and Outcomes

A few years ago, a couple of friends and I had taken Poker lessons. The Poker instructor was very passionate about Poker and he drew many parallels between Poker ...

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Good Loser

There are many reasons that are attributed to Federer’s success - his talent, the ability to stay calm on the court and also his fitness. However, one reason that...

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Six Stages of A Project

This blog post is a cynical take on various stages of a large project. The list was first published in the 1970s with respect to Computer Science projects but has...

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Power and Grace

“Sometimes those with the most power have the least grace.”

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Focus

One of the things that Jony Ive had learnt from Steve Jobs was how to focus. Steve had asked Jony to list the things that he had said No to. Jony gave it some tho...

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