June 2022

Books Read:

Clean Architecture: A Craftsman’s Guide to Software Structure and Design (Robert C. Martin Series)
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Uncle Bob books are always good, learned a lot about Programming Paradigms (Structured Programming, Object-Oriented Programming, Functional Programming), Design Principles (SOLID), Component Principles (Cohesion and Coupling), Independence, Boundaries & Policy, & finally, architecture components that are details (The web, what kind of database, what framework).


  • worked on the first 3 chapters of speedrun-eth, which is a series of programming exercises to learn how to create full-stack projects that can create nfts, tokens, and how to stake.
  • I got to re-learn how to use LaTeX and created a LaTeX form of my Resume.


This month I took off from work mostly after being reduced to part-time at Fun. Spent a lot of time with Solomon and Angela as we went to Perdido Key, Florida, near Pensacola. We went to the Naval Museum there, which was a treat and saw the Blue Angles fly. Watched SGDQ and got to see them run a giant Arbitrary Code Execution on Zelda 64. Finished Breath of Fire 3 for PS1.