Deep Work
May 31, 2023 books notes

“Men of genius themselves were great only by bringing all their power to bear on the point on which they had decided to show their full measure.”

Travel Packing List
May 29, 2023 travel

Here’s what I brought along in my pack on a recent trip to Europe in the springtime. There are a few minor adjustments I would make.

How to write better Acceptance Criteria
May 28, 2023 notes resources product

Best Practices for Writing Acceptance Criteria in an Agile Story

Can Intelligence Be Created?
Jan 20, 2023 chatgpt

A conversation with ChatGPT.

Introduction to Modern Product Discovery by Teresa Torres
Feb 21, 2022 product notes

Notes on an insightful presentation by Teresa Torres about product discovery.

What is the probability of rolling Yahtzee?
Jan 25, 2022 python games

Observed versus theoretical probability of rolling Yahtzee.

How often does the winning team score more baskets in NBA games?
Dec 23, 2021 r basketball

Okay, the title sounds kind of stupid at first glance, but hear me out…

The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins
Oct 15, 2021 books notes

A simple, powerful proposed solution to gaining wealth.

Top 5 Album Drops of 2020
Jan 12, 2021 music notes

A very biased list of my favorite albums of 2020

Pull electricity grid retail data using EIA API
Sep 27, 2020 python

Compiling electricity grid data on retail price, sales, revenue, and customers in select states.

The Economist Data Economy series
Apr 27, 2020 notes

My notes on The Data Economy series in the February 20th 2020 edition of The Economist.

Website Link Collection
Feb 16, 2020 resources

A collection of websites I use from across the web.

Little Big Python Number Puzzle
Jan 28, 2020 python

A little big python puzzle given to me by a coworker.

How I Studied for the GRE
Jan 18, 2020 gre

Over the past 6 months, I got a better sense of how to study for the GRE. It took one mess up and a non-lethal dose of occassionally painful studying to figure this out. Here are my advice, resources, and study plan for the GRE.

How will you measure your life? by Clayton Christensen
Apr 28, 2019 books notes

The most important thing you’ll ever do is develop a purpose.