Running with an Injury

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Running injuries are apparently very common with over half of all runners coming down with at least one injury a year. Most are related to ramping up too fast, though some, like whatever I apparently did to my foot, can’t be tracked down to a specific event. After running for a year, I considered myself lucky and assumed that I, unlike others, would not get injured. I had deal with my share of soreness and […]

Running with Fred

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Two weeks ago, I ran the Fred Lebow half marathon in Central Park. I had been freaking out about the cold temperature as I hadn’t done much outdoor running this winter so far. Luckily, the sun came out and for the first time in seemingly weeks, the temperature was above freezing. It was actually rather perfect weather, though I did get a bit sniffly.  I’m not sure why I keep running in Central Park. While […]

Why I Love Working for Audible

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I’ve been at Audible for about 3.5 years now. People I know love Audible, and see all the awesome stuff we work on as well as my pictures of the cool stuff we do at work. I often get asked what my absolute favorite thing about working for Audible is.  It’s hard to nail down a single thing, but one of my favorite things about working at Audible, beside the ping pong and free lunch, […]

My 2015 Running Resolutions

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In lieu of a New Year’s resolution post, like many others, I decided to write up some of my running goals. Apparently the social pressure of posting goals helps reach them, so hopefully I have a good chance of accomplishing these. I felt that I also had a better chance of accomplishing these goals than the more generic resolutions. So here we go! Increase Speed – Now that I have a subscription to Runner’s World, thanks […]

My Year as a Runner

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Precisely one year ago (ok maybe more like 11 months and three weeks), my two friends accomplished what seemed to be to be an unfathomable feat of endurance by finishing the 2013 New York City Marathon. It had been a long road for them as they originally planned to do so in 2012, but had to delay a year due to the event’s first ever cancelation due to hurricane Sandy. They bruted out another year […]

Singapore’s Must Visit Hawker Centers

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A Journey Through Time at Singapore’s Famous Hawker Centers Singapore may be most famous as a world financial hub, but it is quickly becoming even more well known as a foodie destination. Singaporeans are very serious and proud of their culinary heritage and this is obvious nowhere more so than at its famous Hawker Centers. Hawker Centers got their start in the 1970s when government officials decided to clean up Singapore’s streets by forcing street […]

What’s In Your Bag, Tyler?

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What’s In Your Bag is a common series on technology sites and blogs where writers open their bags and their hearts to show their favorite gadgets, tools, and necessities. With that in mind, I’d like to share what I typically carry in my bag on a daily basis or on a trip. The bag I’m a tech nerd, so I of course carry a branded laptop bag from my company, Audible. We had nice backpacks […]

My 5 Essential Tools for Daily Work

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Everyone who works with computers has their essential apps and programs, but for a software developer, the tools we use on a daily basis are especially critical and can give an extra edge in being productive. With that in mind, I’d like to share my 5 most essential apps and tools in hopes that they may help others achieve productivity nirvana. #1 IntelliJ As someone who’s livelihood depends on the code I write, obviously a […]

What does code quality mean?

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I’ve been reading The Art and Zen of Motorcycle Maintenance and one of the topics of exploration that comes up is quality and what it really means. The assertion is that quality can be seen and observed, but is nearly impossible to describe or articulate. With this in mind, I started thinking about what quality means with code. Now, there are a few ways of analyzing code, but when it comes to articulating what really […]

Audible.com Employee Culture

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Audible.com Employee Culture I’m very proud to be a part of this video on Audible’s employee culture. Take a look at this amazing place to work.