You are not the smartest person in the room. No-one is. Hi folks! Just a short post this time: I had a rare moment of inspiration (usually writing’s just manual labor instead), and I want to make the most of…
Learning kinda follows the Pareto principle, and kinda doesn’t. Additionally, by sheer non-luck, you often do need the stuff you happen to learn.
You learn the best by teaching. Here’s what I learned by lecturing a Master’s course called Numerical Methods in Electromechanics.
Engineers, researchers, and other brainy professionals definitely get to know their share of stress. Here be some tips on managing it no matter what.
A common piece of advice is to write what people want to read. In my opinion, it’s somewhat more complex than that. Here’s how to write instead.
Today is the International Day for Failure. Here’s why you should take a moment or two to contemplate everything you ever did wrong.
Today’s topics: an awesome cheesecake recipe, why I don’t go around selling them despite the huge demand, plus some basic-okay fitness chow.
Convincing people of “Why, What, and How” will win them over to your side. Don’t mess up the order of those, and remember to make adjustments as necessary.
I attended a small conference, and ended up writing about passion. Not the sexual kind, but the fire that drives you forward. Life is full of surprises.
I finally got to write a proper blog post. As you may have seen, we had the EPNC conference recently, and my website had some font trouble, so I have been supremely busy until now. However, now I’m squarely here…