Thoughts Ahead

Kris Vukasinovic

Memory – How People Remember Enormous Amounts of Information

For the longest time, I've been fascinated by people who can store vast amounts of information and accurately recall it. For example, some people can remember the order a deck of cards was shuffled in, or many of pi's decimal... Continue Reading →



Our past is our best teacher. It has no secrets. It is navigable without time. Through the memories it casts upon our mind. We see who we were, and place our past self in front of who we are. We... Continue Reading →

Us, Them and Respect

**Warning, these are my own views. I'm just sharing them!** This was a hard blog post to write. I must have erased and rewrote it quite a few times - but alas, I had to get my thoughts out and... Continue Reading →

Success and its Failure

Life is full of ups and downs. For everyone, regardless of what who you are, how successful you are or how attractive you are - life always finds a way to take you on a rollercoaster ride. Throughout the last... Continue Reading →

Letter to the People of the Today

Dear reader, Humans are not wired to think across long spans of time. Tomorrow is not a problem for us to imagine, but 50 years down the road may as well not exist. We do well when it comes to... Continue Reading →

Don’t Confuse ‘Genius’ with Passion – The First is Fictional

Growing up, I've always read stories about people I found to be inspiring. Richard Feynman, one of my heroes, is widely known as one of the greatest physicists of the 20th century. Nobel Prize winner and award winning lecturer, he... Continue Reading →

The Basics of ES6

This is going to be a short tutorial on some of the cool new stuff ES6 brings to Javascript. If you're unfamiliar with ES5's iteration of Javascript, don't worry! I'll explain the differences as I go along. Let's just dive... Continue Reading →

The Writers of the 21st Century

We write stories. These stories aren't written in languages you may understand. They do not have a plot or characters, they are not written in english or any other spoken language, and they are useless to place on a page. They... Continue Reading →

Why Coding is Hard

If you're in software, you know that coding can quite difficult at times. Almost every week brings a new topic you're unfamiliar with, that tests you're ability to understand abstract concepts. For me at the moment, it's machine learning. Understanding the... Continue Reading →

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