This is a personal website of mine. Here, I mostly blog. I blog about a lot of things, such as coding, tech, a bit into some personal projects I’m doing or have done. Sometimes, I write down my thoughts too.

For the last four years, I’ve been working at a startup called LEKO LABS. I started out as a thermal simulation engineer, doing mostly standardized building physics calculations, but over time I’ve also built simulation apps, developed end-to-end manufacturing tool, data services, REST API apps, and many more. MERN and FReMP stacks, complemented by Streamlit, Rust, and Golang, are my jam.

These days, other than work, I’m more into doing some web app development, learning Japanese (B1 level now), and reading books. If you want to reach me, feel free to send me some email or connect with me on LinkedIn. Otherwise, feel free to search and browse through my blog and leave comment if you want!

馃搶  What to Write This Year

List of things I should (or maybe shouldn't, but definitely would) write this year here.

Wed, Jan 3, 2024 路 Writing

Implementing Game Control, Part 1: Loop Control in Go

How I implemented control on the Game of Life, Part 1 - Controlling infinite loop in Go programming language.

Sat, Apr 20, 2024 路 Coding 路  Projects

Making Game of Life in Go

In which I stumbled upon an article mentioning the Game of Life, felt a wave of nostalgia, and did a weekend project to make an implementation of it in Go, playable on Terminal.

Sat, Apr 13, 2024 路 Coding 路  Projects

Matrix Solving with Julia (and Numpy as comparison)

In which I got curious, rekindled my past with Julia (the language), and did some benchmark tests against NumPy.

Wed, Oct 11, 2023 路 Coding
Artwork from the book that I bought, apparently part of [Penguin Vintage series](https://shop.penguin.co.uk/products/the-wind-up-bird-chronicle-vintage1) (I don鈥檛 know how it ended up at a small bookstore in Den Haag)

Artwork from the book that I bought, apparently part of Penguin Vintage series (I don鈥檛 know how it ended up at a small bookstore in Den Haag)

Is It Possible to Really Know Someone?

This shouldn鈥檛 have surprised me as much as it does, but I have come to the realization that, in conclusion, we will never fully know or understand others or even ourselves.

Sat, Aug 12, 2023 路 Philosophy