A personal blog by Róbert Istók about coding, traveling, habit building, and much more (Psst... I am open to opportunities.)
2019 is over, and so is my reading challenge for the year. Thanks, Goodreads, for keeping me accountable; you are doing an excellent job!
Remote work is here to stay. The world is transforming into digital and even more people will be able to do their job without being bound to a physical office.
It's been a fantastic 2 years living in Sweden & working at Relatable, however, it's time to say goodbye and move on to something different.
Follow up on my previous posts about 30DaysOfCode and the learnings from completing 100DaysOfCode, which I was doing over the summer of 2019.
Techniques I've used to acquire the habit of reading and went from reading 0 to finishing 50+ books a year. In a rush? Get an e-reader and bring it everywhere.
Never convert an arrow function again to use curly braces if you only want to use console.log for debugging with this simple technique.
My personal experience and the learnings of my journey across the Atlantic with 500+ digital nomads. A life-changing experience and so many wonderful people.
Follow up on my previous post where I committed to code for at least one hour besides work. Here are the learnings and the continuation of this experiment.
Terrified, hopeful, shocked, sad and guilty. These were just a few of the emotions I had while watching this documentary.
A floating conference, a global community of location-independent humans, an active workation, exploring incredible places and an all-inclusive cruise ship.
Starting from the beginning of June, I commit to code at least one hour besides work every day for 30 days. I do want to work more on my side projects!
Build an outstanding LinkedIn profile, introduce yourself to hundreds of recruiters, attend interviews and sign the contract ✅
Relatable, the company why I moved to Stockholm in 2017 and how it is changing my life. Let's jump into it.
Did you think about learning to code, but had no idea where to start? Not sure if it is the right thing for you? Is it worth all the hustle? I am here for you.
The story of how programming became an essential part of my life, what gets me out of bed every morning and how I ended up in Sweden at an exceptional startup
I left home and moved to the beautiful city of Stockholm in 2017. Here are the things I've considered before jumping into it and how I made it smoother.
What? Traveling alone? Are you crazy? Won't you feel lonely all the time? Isn't that dangerous? Why are you even doing it?
This post will give you a better understanding of the content I am going to put out and the ideas I am going to express.
This is the first post I've ever published and it marks the beginning of a new journey.