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👋 Hi, I'm Yos.

I'm a 👨🏻‍💻 Software Engineer based in ☀️ Singapore

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DataTron - Data Science for Everyone

DataTron - Data Science for Everyone

Over the Hack n Roll hackathon at NUS, I worked on a particularly interesting project which I thought I’d briefly write about.

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Probabilistic Inference with Naive Bayes

Probabilistic Inference with Naive Bayes

Today, let’s take a look at Naive Bayes from the ground up, and work through a working implementation in Javascript.

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Stateless Authentication with JSON Web Tokens

Stateless Authentication with JSON Web Tokens

Whether you’re writing a public API or an internal microservice, getting authentication right can make or break your API. Let’s take a look at a JSON Web Token-based authentication system.

We’ll begin with basic authentication & JWT concepts, followed by a detailed walkthrough of designing an authentication service with plenty of code examples.

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If you work on something a little bit every day, you end up with something that is massive.

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Work you didn’t sell is no better than the work you didn’t do.

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Introduction to React

A talk on the React.js library, covering the two key principles of react: reusable components and statelessness in your UI. Also covers some internals of the virtual DOM.

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Be opinionated about what makes a tool great, but be pragmatic about how to achieve greatness.

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The Right Way to Version Your API

The Right Way to Version Your API

There isn’t one. But here are a few options.

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Fall in love with the problem, not the solution. Try to find a market and a problem that you are passionate about solving.

A new semester appears! New classes, new side projects. I’m taking some really interesting modules this semester and embarking on a new project.

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Read a number of interesting books this month. People have been recommending me such good books and courses.

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