Hey there! I’m Ray (a.k.a Muz), and I’m the dev behind TechBlog (pun not intended). Although I’ve been coding for 51.85% of my life, I still find myself learning (and unlearning) new things everyday.

This blog is a collection of my findings, tutorials, best programming practices, and computer-related stuff that I find interesting. The main purpose of this blog is to document my findings so that others can easily find solutions to the technical problems I have encountered.

I started blogging in 2010 on Blogspot (now Blogger.com) while I was in middle school. Unfortunately, I had to stop (and eventually closed the blog) when I began high school in early 2011 due to a lack of time. Fast forward to 2021, I am now done with university and got back to blogging once again - This time on TechBlog.dev !

The first GNU/Linux distro I used was Ubuntu in 2011, but for now I’ve been going with Manjaro as my daily driver since mid-2021. I use a Dell XPS 13 while on the go because of its light weight and great battery life.

I use both Windows and GNU/Linux for development, though I’ve been coding mostly on a Linux machine since 2018. I think both operating systems can provide a great development environment and one does not necessarily have to stick to a particular OS. It all depends on your development scenario and workflow.

I’m experienced in C, C#, and Java, and my favorite programming language is C#. I am also proficient in x86-64 Assembly, C++, JavaScript and PHP, and I’m currently learning TypeScript and Vue.js.

When not writing code, you can find me watching sci-fi movies and TV shows, keeping fit, and reading about the latest breakthroughs in science. Some of the topics that pique my interest are quantum physics, cosmology, and biology.

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