It is the end of June, which means we are officially half-way through the summer term. Wow, that sounds crazy! For students, the summer period may be one of the busiest every year. Although, let’s not kid ourselves, every term is harsh. Summer is time for technical interview prepping, learning new tools, finish off side projects, plan fall term and do your full-time summer internship. Furthermore, everyone tries to pack their week-end and evenings with trips, outings and festivals. Overall, it can be pretty exhausting. To all the other students out there, you can do it!
In the Company of Women is like a hundred beautiful Instagram posts combined into one printed book. Visually stunning and overall, inspiring. Continue reading “[Book Review] In the Company of Women by Grace Bonney”
This month, I took the time to read 3 books. As they were all books I wanted to read for a long time now and waited patiently for them to be available at the library, each of these books ended up being meaningful and an enjoyable experience. Continue reading “[Book Recommendations] July 2017”
The end of the month is going to be crazy for me this year, so I decide to post the monthly “Blog Reads” a bit earlier. I notice how right now, I am mostly curious about data visualization and computer science news. Hope you enjoy this post! Continue reading “[Blog Reads] February 2017”
November has been busy and left me with very few opportunities to read around the various social media platforms. Most of the posts that interested me were categorized into two categories: 1) The United States’ election and 2) data science. Since I do not want to share too much of my political point of view, be ready for a list of cool posts on Data Science Researches. Continue reading “[Blog Reads] November 2016”
We are half way through October now and here is a first compilation of papers I found interesting online! Continue reading “[Blog Reads] October 2016”
More Technology and data science related posts this month… School started for me and I had been crazy busy. So this month, there will be a smaller diversity of posts as I didn’t have much time to go procrastinate on Quora and Reddit. Continue reading “[Blog Post] September 2016”
Here we go for another round of blog reads! Here are my picks. Continue reading “[Blog Reads] August 2016”