The internet quarrels over wether it is Augustine/Calvin that quipped: "I count myself one of the number of those who write as they learn and learn as they write." Whoever said it, I deeply associate with the spirit behind this thought.
For me, writing has always been about learning. I can't imagine indulging in the study of anything without writing about the same. For this reason this body of content are not just my final thoughts or opinions, rather it charts the journey of my learning process.
I consider myself a student of Technology (specifically Computer Science) and Theology. I am currently pursuing a Master of Divinity in Theology and if you want to track my journey there please follow my other publishing platform Seminary Digest. This website is a personal dump of my thoughts on Theology, Technology & Economics.
I cannot call this a blog or journal. Both are more structured and specific. A blog would be of interest as a collection of informative posts on a certain topic. A journal would be a compilation of personal thoughts. But I cannot promise these writings to be informative, topical or personal. So then I wondered what was a more ideal name to represent this website. The only name that made sense was a dump. This website is truly a dump of my learning process through the world of Theology, Technology & Economics.
And so, this dump - I never hope for it to be some sort of repository of knowledge or great wisdom. Instead it is a journey into my life as a student. Following this collection of thoughts will reveal to you my follies and inabilities as a learner.
Thanks for visiting the dump.
Rijo Simon is a Vice President - Sr. Software Engineer at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in Palo Alto and lives with his wife Kaitlyn in Sunnyvale, CA.