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Workplace culture the hidden JD

I am that weird guy who asks random questions to strangers. I recently had the opporunity to talk with a Japenese medium size business owner in a public transport. I always wanted to ask a question to a Japanese business owner, and I finally did. Me: I understand the idea of “Japanese humbleness,” but waht if I don’t want to clean the toilet and the surrounding area. He: Well, if all the employees are doing that, including the president, you should as well. Me: I understand that, but if I am hired as an accountant and people have already cleaned the toilet 3 times, what is the value in this?

Shitty mgmt checklist: Open ended questions

Anything that is too open-ended is generally bad feedback.

Ragebuilding a startup to success

Rage-building a startup to success is a thing and it is undoubtedly the best and most guranteed way to start building.

Becoming a startup millionaire

The successful exit startup rulebook. Creating a startup based on a feature of a big software.

On corporate memes

Corporate memes are either not funny or can’t risk offending someone

Made a grammar checker script with ChatGPT powered by - Go and Autohotkey

Grammarly still sucks. And Go…. when you don’t want to rewrite things in Rust. This is a part 2 of an another blog.

DIYing a grammar checker with ChatGPT - Part 1

Because Grammarly is just terrible even the pro version. Toolstack - Powershell and Autohotkey.

Learning with ChatGPT: a 'Hello World' executable in Nim, Go and Rust

The big 3 cool languages for making binary executables. Learning in the wrong way with ChatGPT.

'Just use HTML+CSS, dummy' - Dummy

Minimalism for the sake of minimalism is an agenda.

Business programming hybrid roles: The best of both world

Any role that has a direct business goal that doesn’t involve full time programming to build the product.