Mark Dyllan Yabut
"Advice is really your current-self talking to your former-self."
This site aims to share my journey as I explore strategies, tools and ideas that attempt improve my internal systems so that I may live a happier, healthier and productive life (and maybe inspire the reader).
I work as asoftware test engineer,where I work on improving testing processes through code. I have an education in electrical engineering that currently has a solid 0-20% relevancy to what I do. I also spend time writing about what i've learned while working in tech as I believe that:
"The formula for success and happiness is sharing what we learn, even if it's something that we may feel that 'everybody knows.'" - I totally stole this quote from someone and I forgot who
Latest Tech Blog Posts
The CI/CD pipeline of this website
06 April, 2022
- 2 min read
What even is a CI/CD pipeline? Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery is a method to frequently deliver apps to customers by…
Making this website show my latest blog posts on the home page
05 April, 2022
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In this post I will try and explain as thoroughly as possible what exactly went through my head and on the computer as I implemented showing…
What is a software test engineer?
04 January, 2022
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Outsourced Definition Here's a link of someone else's definition of a software test engineer. My Definition An overqualified quality…
Latest Lifestyle Blog Posts
A post on how I made this post about what’s encouraging me to make this post
07 April, 2022
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For this one i’m going to go backwards and first address the idea of what’s encouraging me to make this post and then talk about how I made…
09 January, 2022
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Inspired by the idea of a software development life cycle, a technique used within tech to develop new software. My development life cycle…
14 November, 2020
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Once you get a hang of capturing ideas, you'll find your shelf will start to get unorganized very fast. It is important to really understand…
For a while I’d wake up every morning, go through the same routines and by the end of it, ask myself: “isn’t it supposed to get easier?” Everything got better for me when I made peace with the fact that it will not ever get easier; life is hard.
Back to the original question, I developed this place because I needed it.
When things are going well or not so well; the question is always the same “how to keep going?” With everything getting more complex, it’s easy to get stuck and feel like we’re not getting anywhere.
This place is somewhere to track my milestones and a reminder to myself that I am pushing forward.
The ideas i've shared here are both of my own and of my influences.
"Take what you want and leave the rest."