September 1, 2019

A Day at Launchpad

After moving on from WeRemote, we decided to try out a space near one of our Colleague who is somewhere at the south. We tried out Launchpad at Alabang. The price was way cheaper compared to all of the other spaces that we tried out, but with that came a lot of drawbacks. Let me break it down. The Good Environment. Alabang area is quite a nice place to work at. Read more

August 12, 2019

The almost perfect co-working space - WeRemote

Our last co-working space that we tried out was The Loft, which had set the bar a little high since I was genuinely impressed with it. Although I was quite happy with it, the parking around The Loft was quite pricy for a 8 hour stay. I could easily be paying around 200 to 300 pesos a day just for the parking. So, while looking for a new place to eat, we stumbled across WeRemote which is located at Metrowalk, a sort-of establishment/center that had a huge free parking lot as long as you were a customer of Metrowalk’s tenants. Read more

July 29, 2019

Impressions on Expo After Three Months

After three months of development using expo for an MVP, I’d like to share some feedback on my experience on using the managed platform. Do note that my prior experience in react native before this project was just a month of R&D two years ago. It’s React for mobile Since we use React for most of the frontend of our web applications, we thought that React Native would be the best choice as it would have less “barrier of entry” for the existing workforce, since we’re already familiar with the syntax, concepts, and tooling of React. Read more

March 4, 2019

Structuring a NodeJS CLI Tool

I just thought that I’d share what I did on an internal CLI tool that allows others to NOT modify any existing files in the NodeJS CLI Tool project. The Problem We thought of creating a tool that would streamline our development workflow by automating some tidious, manual, and repetitive tasks. The first order of the game is to list down the possible “commands” that this CLI tool would handle, and what those commands would do. Read more

February 7, 2019

Co-working at the Loft

After trying out ASPACE, we searched for a co-working space outside of Makati for a change. Our current scrum master decided to checkout Loft, and man was it way better than the previous co-working space we went to. Like what I did before, let’s drill it down from what’s good to what’s bad. The Good Fast Internet. Unlike ASpace, Loft had decent internet speed. The average internet speed is around the border of 40Mbps, which is 8 times faster than ASpace’s internet speed! Read more

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