I had a lot of fun talking all things tech to Enoch Wise - a billionaire transhumanist 10-xer on the spectrum. Need I say more? Check out the podcast here!
I was a guest on Yieldstreet's "The Yield" podcast episode #31, where - together with my coworkers Talia Fayaz and Joe Sancio - I talked about engineering innovation and the Hackathons that I ran during the 2020 pandemic. Check it out! Apple Podcasts Spotify Youtube
My first post on Yieldstreet's "Distributed" blog - detailing my experience running a fully remote Hackathon for our team during the Covid-19 lockdown. https://distributed.yieldstreet.com/how-to-run-a-hackathon-during-a-global-lockdown/
It was great to be interviewed by BuiltInNYC for the article on best ways to get product/engineering teams to collaborate during these difficult times. Check out the article here!
It's been a while since my last post, tons of things happened, which one day I will hopefully write an update about. I'm usually too busy building exciting stuff to post on a regular basis.. but I will make an effort to write more. For now - check out the new product, design and engineering blog at Yieldstreet. It's called "Distributed", which is a play on words: Distributed architectureDistributions we make to our investorsDistributed ...
We had another awesome hackathon at Mark43. Check out my article for our engineering blog, with some cool project details! https://medium.com/mark43-engineering/mark43s-2018-dope-hackathon-rundown-a96e35d3301a
Police departments should treat internet as mission critical — at headquarters, substations, mobile data terminals (MDTs), and any other locations. Check out my first article for Mark43 blog! https://www.mark43.com/internet-mission-critical/
My latest for Forbes - based on some hard-earned experience buying enterprise software
My first post for Medium - this is a story of my first iPhone app — from idea, to planning, to execution, release, initial success and (spoiler alert!) having to shut it down because of New York City’s MTA. The last part was painful, but overall it was a great experience and I learned a ton of cool things. Click here to read more
I first learned this lesson ten years ago at my first company (a financial technology startup), where as a newly minted engineering manager, I let the client know on Friday afternoon that the release scheduled for today wouldn't be happening. The resulting explosion was a harsh lesson, but I'm glad I learned it early. (more…)