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Kylon

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Alright guys, there it is, my first vlog!


Obviously inspired by @Sam and his entrepreneur path, I'm going to document the process of founding radius; and hopefully learn a lot about making and editing video in the process. I promise I'll always keep these videos short and sweet, so there is no reason not to subscribe ;)

Let me know what you think!
Someday when radius is billion dollar company people will look back on this and be like "whoa". haha
 

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Thanks guys!
I'll do my best to be more consistent with the videos from now on!
 

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And the fourth one is also finished. This time I talk about what we mean with real life learning.
 

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I finally wrote another Medium article again, and I think it's one of my best. I'm going to turn it into a video as well this weekend. Check it out!

Imagine
Think of something you have always wanted to learn. Something so cool, that the mere thought of mastering it really makes you light up and come alive.

Now, imagine yourself learning it. Imagine the ultimate, ideal learning environment that would allow you to really internalize this thing that you want to learn. Take a few moments to really imagine exactly how you would love to learn. What would that look like? Who would you be learning from? Where would you be? Who would you be learning with? When would you be learning? Take a snapshot of it, in your mind and remember what that would look like... [keep reading]
 

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Update on how radius is doing: we're still working on the overhaul of the app, turning it into a single-page application. This means that the app is going to be separated into a RESTful API on the backend and a reactive Vue application on the frontend. Not only is this going to make the application way quicker, nimble, flexible, maintainable and nicer to work with on all fronts, but this architecture is also going to make it possible to build an iOS and Android app on the same backend; which is awesome. :cool:

The whole process does involve a lot of Just-In-Time learning for both @Gerrit and me, but it's going well. I just pushed the very first version of the API live this weekend.
 
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