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Background

My career began after self learning website development in my early teens. I always stuck to frontend development as UI/UX is what sparks my curiosity. Along the way, I’ve founded two startups. One being a development gig and the other a fitness tech startup. Both gone the opposite direction as wished. In my blog, I’ll cover experiences and advice for new founders.

I’ve now transitioned into client facing roles to bridge my technical understanding with my passion for creating solutions. My hobbies include fitness and taking road trips like driving almost 1,500 miles in three days on just enough sleep.  Read my storyboard resume here…

Recent Posts

Useful startup resources for new founders

It can be difficult understanding the Silicon Valley or the startup scene being an outsider. So here are some resources that may help you get accumulated. This page will be updated as time goes by. Stanford eCorner Podcasts One of the best. Most of eCorner podcasts are entrepreneurs who share their journey. You’ll learn what…

Tech startup: Having a technical cofounder vs hiring someone

This post is intended for those who see themselves more business savvy or the “idea” folks, debating between hiring someone to build out their idea, or find a cofounder. This is also more so catered to application ideas and of course new founders. We’ll assume you’re bootstrapping the idea and we’ll pick a number like…

How to create an online store not being technically savvy

Say you’ve got an idea you want to turn into a business. Perhaps something like you see on Shark Tank. Something you can produce yourself or have someone else do so. The only thing holding you back from getting started is an online store. Two ways you can go about the solution; 1. Hire someone…