Author: Adim Ofunne


Designing for Joy

It's 10am and I am on my second cup of coffee... I can already see it is going to be one of those days. I have not been writing because I have been on vacation and then after returning a month ago I have not

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Lessons learned from Office hours with Patrick Mckenzie (@patio11) 🔑

Two weeks ago I was in Las Vegas at the tail end of my vacation to attend MicroConf. Microconf is a Conference for individuals who want to run a self-funded startup. Although the majority of its attendees run software related businesses, I do not think

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Should you become a developer?

A question I get all the time is "Adim does it make sense for me to become a developer now? I want to become a developer but I think the train has left the station." Becoming a developer is not a trend, it is a

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Konami Code

Between the age of 8 and 12 I was a big Street Fighter II fan. I played every chance I could. I was amazed the first day I learned about a combination of commands on the control pad that let me and my friends gain

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One Byte at a time

How Do You Eat An Elephant?: One Bite at a Time. This is a quote I have used recently to keep myself in check. I have been recently working on an inventory and sales tracking system, a saas product called Trade Journal. In the midst

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