I’m Bader - known as bader y in most parts of the interwebs. I’m a web3 developer, and content creator, and generally love creating ideas from nothing - even if they don’t make too much sense.
I’ve been nominated for the categories below and if you've enjoyed anything I've written this year, please take some time to vote for me.
Tech Tutorial Teacher of the Year: https://www.noonies.tech/2022/programming/2022-tech-tutorial-teacher-of-the-year
As a writer in tech, I believe that Web3 is the most exciting technology of the present because it demonstrates true power over the data and technology we create. Learn more about my views on web3 and my journey in the tech industry via the interview below.
Currently, I am an independent free-floating full-stack developer who writes a LOT. I’m working on a web3 messaging protocol, among some other things ;).
I really enjoy the flexibility of being able to create what I want, when I want to.
I can safely blame my father for that one. He got me started on Visual Basic on a Macbook when I was 7 years old. From there, I started making apps in Java for Android, which culminated in me getting into more technological stacks over the years.
I actually started making videos around programming when I was young. I barely knew how to write Java, yet really enjoyed making videos on the basics of it. I started really getting into writing about programming when I had my first startup, where I tried my hand at open source and discovered my enjoyment for writing guides and the like for my projects.
Seven years old! I remember I had a binder that was 4 inches thick of Visual Studio documentation. It was there I wrote my first program - a magical button entitled “fart“ that emitted the oh-so-familiar Windows XP button sound.
Energy will be huge. If we make it to Mars, there will be most definitely a period of time where we’d have to be in some controlled environment. Those will, naturally, need a substantial amount of energy.
The battery is one of the biggest bottlenecks of tech right now, so if we fix that, we could do a lot.
I think most software developers obsess more over the code rather than the end goal. Clean code is essential, however, in the end - you want to generate value. Programming is solving a problem, so let’s make sure we’re solving a problem!
I really can’t think of anything!
Just kidding… unit tests….
I’m currently learning Substrate, a blockchain framework. I’m finding it very satisfying to take a deep dive into how to create my own ledger-powered systems and applications.
I don’t pick favorites!
10 years? Sounds like digital dystopia to me.
Jokes aside, we’ll probably see some massive intersections of the digital and physical world. Whether that’s the metaverse or not, the digital world will end up being the twin of the physical world. IoT edge devices will become much more prominent too, and much smarter. They’ll be the only connector into the digital world from the physical one.
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