I am a technologist with more than 15 years of professional software development experience, primarily focused in the domains of backend services, distributed computing and system architecture.
Here you will find my thoughts on various subjects that interests me, ranging from distributed technologies to tabletop gaming. And maybe a few pictures of my cat. Okay, not that many. I promise.
In this post I am going to talk about emotional sustenance and how different people find satisfaction in different methods.
Following the previous post about dice systems, in this post I’m going to outline the dice system used by Obsidian World and the probability for every outcome.
Merry christmas! Today I’m going to talk about dice, and specific what led to the inception of the current dice mechanics.
It’s been a while since I talked about the RPG (the tabletop kind) that I’m working on, and much have changed since then. Time for a re-introduction!
What better way to start my blog by writing test post please ignore? Alright, strap in kids, time for a little reddit history.
In this talk I gave a breakdown on blockchains and how payment providers can leverage it to gain an edge in the market.
In two separate talks, I covered the impacts of blockchains and what are the common pitfalls when accepting cryptocurrencies
Similar to the talk in Manilla, I spoke about blockchains and how it can build the internet of value of the future.
In this fintech conference I largely spoke about blockchains and how it impacts the finance world at large.
In this conference I spoke about ways you can use ZeroMQ to do cool stuff in node.js.