One of the main things that changed about my work over the past eight months is the number of meetings I am having. Before shifting to remote work, I could organize a project when running into colleagues at lunch or by quickly walking over to them and chatting. Now, meetings…


When taking Harvard’s CS50 class, students are introduced to some of the key concepts of software development including sorting algorithms, object-oriented languages, and the ever-adorable duck debugging. Before any of this, however, they learn about Scratch.

Scratch is an educational tool that teaches young people and novices to create games…


We’re nearing the finish line, and while the milestone of January 1st, 2021 will not magically make all the trying times of the past year disappear, it feels like there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.

I am privileged to work in an industry that is highly adaptive…


As the world learns more about the most widespread pandemic of my lifetime, I wanted to explore how it would emerge from it, what impact it will have on work, tech, sports, and life in general. …


I was about 6 or 7 when my mum first asked me “Khaled, there are leaders and there are followers. Which one are you?”

She said that because I was arguing with the neighbourhood kids over which Power Ranger we each got to be. I knew I wanted to be…


About a year ago, I was looking ahead at my last year in university, and I wanted to try something different. …

Khaled Nassra

Making sense of the world — one number at a time. @nassrakhaled everywhere

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