Writing on programming, productivity and life.

My current tech stack

A little tutorial on how to use react-native-app-clip in the most straightforward case. All the details can be found in the package’s readme, but for some people, it might be valuable to see a step-by-step guide.

Using PNPM with Cloudflare Pages

A little tutorial on how to use react-native-app-clip in the most straightforward case. All the details can be found in the package’s readme, but for some people, it might be valuable to see a step-by-step guide.

Tutorial: How to add an iOS App Clip to a React Native App

A little tutorial on how to use react-native-app-clip in the most straightforward case. All the details can be found in the package’s readme, but for some people, it might be valuable to see a step-by-step guide.

If You Are Not Communicating, You Do Not Exist

I can’t believe that I’m quoting Gary Vaynerchuk for something I’m writing. Although I respect him for what he does (and I actually think he’s a kind human being) until recently, I mainly thought of him as a proponent of hustle culture and excessive self-portrayal.

For Whom Am I Writing? Myself.

When writing, one should always be aware of the target audience. This will inform what to write about, what to include and what to omit, and the writing style to choose. But who exactly is the target audience of a personal blog? I decided to write for one specific individual, and that is myself.

Obsidian as my Second Brain

As sort of a connoisseur of productivity apps and methodologies, I've used a lot of to-do and note-taking apps over the years and followed a couple of different methods around the organization and overall efficiency.