Blog Commits

Blog posts regarding my life in tech, work and personal wins in life.

GRAMMYs 2021: Predictions for Pop and Major Categories's Cover Image

GRAMMYs 2021: Predictions for Pop and Major Categories

Date: 12 Mar 2021 | 5 minute read.

Since the 2021 GRAMMY nominations came out last year in 2020, I wanted to try something new. In the past few years, I would look at the nominations and forget about it and would have like a few albums that I know, but this year I wanted to listen to all major categories and the few song nominations specifically in the pop music categories. So, with this year’s GRAMMYs coming up. I would like to share my predictions of who will win among the nominees for the following categories: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, and Best Pop Vocal Album.

Making Earthquake PH: Working with Tweets and Maps's Cover Image

Making Earthquake PH: Working with Tweets and Maps

Date: 15 Jan 2020 | 3 minute read.

The recent disaster in Batangas becuase of the Taal Volcano caused a spew of scientific terms and overflow of science communication to the public. It got me thinking on how we inform the general public regarding these terms and especially during these times where many volcanic earthquakes occur.

Side Projects: Telegram Food Bot using the Zomato API's Cover Image

Side Projects: Telegram Food Bot using the Zomato API

Date: 19 Oct 2019 | 4 minute read.

In work, we use Telegram as a main communication platform and being in a central business district, there are many food places to choose from that will end up in endless discussions on where to go out to eat for lunch outs and dinner catch-ups. When looking at fun APIs to use in a project I stumbled across Zomato’s API, so, as a side project, I decided to make a Telegram bot that narrows restaurant options and stop groups from being indecisive in choosing where to eat.

UAAP Real Time Sentiment Analysis of Fan Tweets

Date: 30 Aug 2019 | 4 minute read.

It is UAAP season once again and this year’s season 82 is hosted by Ateneo it is a good time to take a look at one of my favorite projects I did during my senior year in college. This one is taken from the final project for CS 129.1: Special Topics in Software Engineering: Contemporary Database Technologies, more commonly known as “Contempo DB”. For this project, we did a real-time tweet analysis of tweets during the Final Four game of the Ateneo Blue Eagles and the FEU Tamaraws last November 25, 2018.

Implementing Dark Mode to Your Jekyll Site

Date: 08 Jul 2019 | 3 minute read.

Jekyll is a static site generator powered by Ruby, that can use both HTML and Markdown for markup and Liquid as a template engine. It’s the technology that powers this site! And with the prevalence in web development of now having both a light and a dark theme, we will implement having this functionality in Jekyll sites.