This photo was taken after an arduous hike on Mt Huashan on June 2nd, 2015. One of the most beautiful sunrise I’ve seen.

This last month has been an emotional rollercoaster for me. As a person who has focused heavily on chasing after her professional goals and figuring out her professional identity in the last few years, I’m learning a difficult lesson: do not put all your eggs in one basket. While I practice this when it comes to my financial investments, I do not practice it when it comes to my personal and professional life.

In this challenging and unpredictable year, I’ve stared at my computer more than I care to admit. My time spent on connecting with others diminished. I’ve put…

Ughhhh. One of the most frustrating things about learning to code is seeing a bunch of errors and stack traces. I used to freak out and not pay close attention to them because they were daunting to me. However, when I take one stack trace at a time, it’s not so bad. Stack traces are intended to help us learn where the exception came from.

Here’s an example:


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