The 10-30-60 Percent Method

I was just chatting in this WhatsApp group chat that's focussed on trading - usually equities and I brought up a question for discussion that's been boggling my mind for a while. Is the real estate market over-extended? If not the US, is the Australian market overpriced? To analyse this…

Magento Developer - Melbourne Australia

I've been living in Melbourne since 1998 - I can't believe it's been 22 years already! Magento is something I came across in its beta form around 2007. I happened to have been looking for freelancing developer jobs on the side, and found a potential client from Japan - I…

Best Resources to Learn About the SaaS Business

SaaS, or Software-as-a-Service is a type of business model that I'm sure you are used to using at the very least. It normally is a tech company, and involves a monthly recurring payment. Some prime examples would be - Netflix, Spotify, YouTube Premium and so on. I definitely believe this…

American Factory Quote

I don't know if I am a contributor or a sinner. But I only think that way when I am unhappy. The point of living is to work. Don't you think so?Cao Dewang, American Factory (Netflix)…

Netflix Film - American Factory Review

I love watching business related content - and I realised I love it even more if it contains cross-cultural conflicts and resolution. This documentary on Netflix hit me pretty deep. The scenes of 2 cultures - United States and China working together at Fuyao Glass America really took me on…

The Ethics of Automation

There was a huge debate on my Hacker News post about the ethics of automating 'what you are not supposed to'. There seems to have been a - and maybe still is - a school of thought that translates in my brain like: 'if you aren't given an API for…

Why I'm Extremely Bullish on Open Source RPA

In the year 2016, I wrote a blog post called "I don't need no stinkin' API - Web Scraping in 2016 and Beyond" which to my absolute surprise, went on to be #1 on Hacker News for nearly a full 24 hours. My site crashed; luckily it was on AWS…