Experiential

Z: Doesn’t She Look Good

Anyone who has a hobby would understand the satisfaction of completing something on which he or she enjoyed working. It doesn’t always look marketable, it doesn’t always look fashionable, it doesn’t always look picture-worthy. But it always looks good to the creator. Anyone who has a job would understand that Read more…

Experiential

Z: More Than Distance

Programming is bridging the gap between what the code does not and what it should do once it’s complete. Yet there is the age-old adage that code is never complete. It only gets close and then you realize greater potential for improvement—which means you start over from that point on. Read more…

Experiential

Z: 99 Red Balloons

Some people observe that life is an uphill journey and all that matters is The Climb. I believe no such simple analogy for my career here at Aeste. You may remember that my task is to port the AEMB to QEMU and that I have successfully replicated an existing architecture Read more…

Experiential

Z: AEMB QEMU

Here I am, on the third day of my internship at AESTE, typing away my thoughts and recollections from the past half-week. In the background, the whirring of the air-conditioning and fan accompanies Jason Mraz and James Morrison as they prescribe that everything will be fine (if it’s broken code Read more…