2018. New Beginnings.

December 31, 2018 •

I say it every year, but it boggles my mind just how quickly every year goes.

I wrote last time that 2017 was a pretty cautious one for me. I suddenly needed to find new work completely without warning, and I also learned that my health was a lot more worse than I had realised. All in all, 2017 didn’t end all that well for me, but at least I knew what the stakes were.

2018 has been an incredibly interesting set of new challenges. I moved to a country that speaks a different language to me, and I went from an extremely small company to an incredibly large one.

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iComics v1.4.5 is live on the App Store!

December 9, 2018 •

Hi everyone!

In case you missed the memo, iComics v1.4.5 was approved by Apple and released on the App Store earlier this week!

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32.

November 20, 2018 •

So in the midst of all of the iComics work I’ve been spamming out on my blog and elsewhere, another thing happened. I turned 32. Blimey.
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iComics 2018! (No, it’s not dead!)

October 11, 2018 •

G’day! It’s been a while, but the reports of my death are greatly exaggerated. Mostly. 🤣

I’ll go into more depth in this post, but for starters, here’s a video I produced for the occasion. 😁

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Emceeing at try! Swift 2018

July 28, 2018 •

I hope everyone’s 2018 has been going well for them! If the fact my first post of the year was in July is any indication, mine’s been absolutely off the walls. In November last year, I accepted a position as iOS engineer at a tech company called Mercari, and in February, I made the move to Tokyo, Japan to work at the company headquarters. As it happens, this was absolutely perfect timing for this next thing. 😄

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2017. Amazing, but cautionary.

December 31, 2017 •

I feel like a broken record at this point. Every year, I say today ‘Wow, that went by so fast’. But I feel like the past years didn’t even come close to how 2017 felt. I’m not even sure what I even achieved this year.

2017 is done and dusted. What a ride that was. A few years ago, I called 2015 a transformative year for me. While I’d like to call this year transformative too, I think it was more ‘enlightening’.

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