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Ten years of memories

I resigned from my previous job and joined a new one in 2020 – just right before the whole COVID-19 pandemic started. The “previous job” wasn’t just a job. It was a job I had for almost ten years since… Continue Reading →

Why Unit of Work is an anti-pattern but not Repository

Is Repository and Unit of Work (UoW) an anti-pattern? In the .NET/C# world, it is often said that Repository/UoW is an anti-pattern and one should probably use Entity Framework Core directly. But if it is an anti-pattern, why are people… Continue Reading →

The River Valley High School Incident

The incident at River Valley High School is the saddest news of the year. As I read the comments on social media, I wonder why many people blame it on (a) the education system and (b) on video games? Is… Continue Reading →

Teachers – the unsung heroes

Not his first “skool” My First Skool (MFS) isn’t Ethan’s first school; he had transferred from another private school which shall remain unnamed (although it is noteworthy that it was a well-known franchise.) Ethan joined MFS at Nursery level (age… Continue Reading →

Stop returning null

Have you ever debugged a null error? It’s like a void space. The error often doesn’t tell you anything. Null handling sucks the life out of developers. Developers should stop returning null. Modern programming languages have exceptions – use them…. Continue Reading →

I hate paper

I hate paper, really. From when I was in Secondary School I always wondered why we cannot have our books on floppy disks and load them up on a computer. In the late 80s, the whole world switched from paper… Continue Reading →

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