We evolved several ideas for Hexmos Karma [https://journal.apps.hexmos.com/lets-together-raise-the-standards-in-software-industry-with-hexmos-karma/] starting from a simple peer voting-based activity tool to a more sophisticated expertise-weighted voting ecosystem. Insights from economy, baseball sabermetrics, politics, philosophy, and existing data have made their way in our research. Karmashastra is the soul of
I previously discussed building quality engineering tools as a group [https://journal.apps.hexmos.com/building-engineering-tools-as-a-group/]. This post will outline certain programming habits I found helpful over the years. Individual excellence is a crucial factor for the quality of the group. Being a developer is not a simple matter of
Great engineering tools boost the forging of high-quality technology products. As engineers, we enjoy using various tools that enhance the productivity of our day-to-day operations. We rejoice in the power yielded to us for building technology - be it for ourselves or the world. Curiosity is one of the three
At Hexmos, we uphold three primary virtues - Curiosity, Audacity, and Consistency. I strive to expand my skills and knowledge continuously. Over the years, I acquired my taste towards a few - programming, history, music, and philosophy. Occasionally, I invest my time acquiring knowledge and experimentation on an impromptu basis.