This Week I Learned - 2017 Week 45

Last week post or something from the archive.

So many things to learn and yet, so little time. But once you've understand it, most of these stuff are rather quite straightforward.

The local startup scene have moved from the early days of cloning social network and shopping to the current day of big data, machine learning, artificial intelligent, and blockchain. History will repeat itself again as illustrated in Gartner Hype Cycle. The hype cycle will eventually die down and new shinny things will emerge again. Does the local startups works? Partly yes and no. Only time will tell.

SSDD. Probably the best term I can think of describing the web stack right now, especially on the front end part. Endless things "reinvented" or rediscovered again and again and again. One thing for sure, there is a clear distinctive separation between the Front End and the Back End development.

NBA Go, the finest NBA score from command line. Sadly, it still doesn't display well under different terminals and the dependency on Node.js. Is Node.js is the new PHP? Is Node.js going to dethrone PHP? Yes, my survey and gut feeling indicates so.

Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell. It's going to be a long adjustment and readjustment process to get it done, if possible, right. Managing requirements and stakeholders expectations outweighs the implementation. Furthermore, it's even more challenging for flat organization with different geographical offices and working cultures. Interesting development indeed and can't wait for the growth and expansion.

MSP430FR2433. Another new board from TI.

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