In this post, we'll tackle one the most famous puzzles in the world: The Zebra Puzzle, also known as Einstein's riddle. Legend goes that Einstein invented the riddle himself, and that only 2% of people are able to solve it. I call bullshit on that. It's already widely accepted that Einstein didn't invent the riddle. This post aims to show that with a little help from logic, everyone
In contrast to most my classmates, I was excited to learn just about everything in school. Be it history and geography, or math and physics. School wasn't even enough. Back home, I’d take my father’s books to read. Books like The Servant, Freakonomics and The Facebook Effect. By then, I was just a 13-year-old nerdy kid. Still, these “business books” amazed me. Reaching the age of 15,
Back when I was fresh out of school and I started to program professionally, I didn’t care about the job titles I’d get. I was comfortable being an “IT Analyst”, a “Development Engineer”, or even a “Junior Developer”. If the position involved programming and I felt like I was a good fit, then I would take it. As time passed, I started to notice the industry distinguishes people who
Lucas Petes is a designer who isn't afraid to code. With a deep love for design, he has produced countless clean and gorgeous interfaces. He talks about his career's history, giving us a window to understand how it feels to be a designer working among programmers. He discusses the design-development complementarity, pointing that the two are sides of the same job.