A couple of days ago, I read an article: “Eat Code Sleep Repeat” is such bullshit. It was posted on our tech slack group and it caused quite a stir. Most agreed with the article but some argued that it just meant they really liked coding. I understand the latter’s point of view. If there… Continue reading I agree. “Eat code sleep repeat” is kind of bullshit.
Last month, I got to go to New Orleans to attend the Collision Conference. I went to a support conference last year but this one was different. Not only did it span over 3 days but there was way more people. As in thousands of entrepreneurs, startup employees, journalists, speakers and attendees. The first thing that… Continue reading Collision Conference
Patio season is starting in Victoria and with it, the search for the perfect place to meet girlfriends after work. Yesterday, I tried 10 acres with one of them. Now, I have been to this restaurant a few times so I am familiar with the menu but I hadn’t tried heir patio or their drink… Continue reading 10 acres
1. Swamp Tours I had many activities planned for New Orleans but the one I was most excited about was the swamp tour. After watching ‘Lake Placid’, I was always fascinated by alligators. I therefore booked a tour with Cajun Encounters. The bus came to pick me up at my hotel and after ~45 mins… Continue reading What to do in New Orleans, USA
After graduating UBC and moving to Victoria, I was a bit lost as to how I could get my foot in the door when it came to the tech industry. I had some internship experience through university but my network mostly consisted of Toronto and Vancouver. I was on my own when it cames to… Continue reading Ladies learning Code
There a many little towns on Vancouver’s island. Being oblivious woman like me however, I only discover some of them in the last year despite having lived for several years on the island. I discovered Coombs thanks to my Acadian friend and Chemainus through my Korean friend here in Victoria on a holiday visa. Sometimes… Continue reading Chemainus
Another stop along the way to Tofino is Cathedral Grove. The name comes from the trees being so tall, they form a roof like a cathedral. It’s quite a beautiful forest. in 2007, it made the list of Canada’ Seven Wonders (according to the CBC). Some of the trees are more than 800 years old… Continue reading Cathedral Grove