Hofstadter's Law

It always takes longer than you expect, even when you take into account Hofstadter’s Law.

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Mothers Day

A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people promptly announces she never did care for pie — Tenneva Jordan.

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Interviewing Experience

One question that I always ask in a lunch interview is “What are you looking for in your next role?”. While most candidates strictly talk about factors that could...

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ThankYou, Interview Comments

The 24 Hour Rule

One of the disadvantages of being a professional sports player is that you constantly have to face failures publicly. And to make it worse, you’d have to explain,...

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Relationship, Sports Comments

Devil's Advocate

In 1983, William Smithburg, the CEO of Quaker, made a bold decision to acquire the parent company of Gatorade for $220 million. According to various reports, Will...

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Books, Decisions Comments

Negotiating Your Job Offer

A few years ago, a colleague of mine recommended me to watch this video on Negotiating your Job Offer by Deepak Malhotra at Harvard Business School. Even though I...

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Interview Comments


Six months ago, I started training for the San Francisco Half Marathon (thank you LinkedIn for the sponsorship). Just to give you a quick information about my run...

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Run Comments

The Elephant and the Rider

In life, we embrace a lot of changes — new place, new job, new technology, new boss, marriage, the birth of a kid. Yet, we resist certain other kind of changes li...

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Books Comments

Devil's Snare

For those of you who haven’t read the book or watched Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, a quick summary of one of my favorite scenes — Harry, Ron and Hermioi...

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Anxiety, Relationship Comments

Implicits In Scala

I’ve been developing in Scala for close to a year now and it has been a jolly ride so far. One of the topics that I found tough to understand was implicits. This ...

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Scala Comments
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