Who we are

Justjooz aims to deliver refreshing perspectives with Just the Juiciest Ideas on Tech via our blog.

At Justjooz, we hope to educate consumer tech enthusiasts learn and apply them enabling them to live happier, more productive lives.

Hi, I’m Justin, the founder of Justjooz, and I hope to share my dedication to constant self-improvement with others.

Now let’s start with improving yourself.

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Justjooz is all about sharing the latest and most exciting information with our readers.
Our team is dedicated to providing you with the best content and reading experience.

(Yes, I use AI as my co-writers, but I vet everything before publishing!)

Justin Chia

Justin is the founder and author of Justjooz. He’s passionate about sharing the latest ideas about anything with others!

Here’s what I’ve done in the past.

2015 – present


Medical Technologist @ Questlab


Security Operations Assistant @ RSAF

2017 – 2019

Oncology Research Intern @ NTU SBS
Data Science Research Intern @ NTU SBS
Data Science Teaching Assistant @ NTU SBS


Data Visualization Intern @ Duke-NUS
Data Analytics & Quality Intern @ AIC
Data Analytics Intern @ IMDA
Store Owner @ Redbubble


Data Analyst @ SGH
Founder @ Birding Outdoors

2022 – now

Founder @ Justjooz
Web3 SEO Editor @ Alchemy

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More about Justin

Hi, I’m Justin 👋🏻

tl;dr – I’m a tech blogger and I want to help you optimize your life through tech through web3, analytics and home content!

And here’s my personal story.

Since a young age, I’ve always been curious about how things work and how I can further optimize them. I constantly crave innovative ways to work around situations because I am lazy.

I like to work smart and not just blindly hard!

However, with an Asian upbringing, education was my primary focus.

I was fortunate to study biological sciences in college and successfully graduated in 2021.

While doing my bioscience degree, I was constantly searching for something that would give me higher satisfaction. I knew I was not cut out for the typical research path that led to a Ph.D.

I joined my school club as a President, took part in data science competitions, learned how to code, wrote a blog, and passionately sought the next big thing to learn.

I was fascinated with data analytics because of a certain Professor (thank you, Prof Wils!) and a biostatistics module I took. There were also several reasons why I picked it as my career.

Data analytics was rather tough but not impossible to learn.

I watched YouTube tutorials, took online courses and online + physical classes, and self-taught myself programming.

I even remember being so desperate to take up ANY form of an internship, paid or unpaid, to get some traction to practice and showcase my skills to employers.

With iterative learning, practicing on data analytics projects, and going for internships, I built a decent data analytics portfolio. I even made a website to build a digital presence for myself.

As a result, I gave up the poor job prospects of my major and began a job in data analytics, landing my first job as a Data Analyst at a local hospital.

Although I loved the data analytics industry because it’s deemed somewhat cool, I soon realized it was only fun when I could solve problems that required innovative solutions.

Work started to get mundane, with the same repetitive tasks being done repeatedly with small bug fixes required.

I longed for a change in my life.

Then, 2020 came by, and my life was changed forever.

The pandemic hit, and I was forced to work from home. I started dabbling with building a stronger online presence for myself. I started reading self-improvement e-books on my Kindle and grew my self-awareness levels.

With the year, I was quickly hit by consecutive down moments in my life:

  1. I had no luck in love
  2. I lost my beloved grandmother
  3. , and the worst of it all – I lost my mum to Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer,

This happened all within one year.

Taking one blow after another, I sought the meaning of life harder than I could ever have done before.

That’s when I knew what people meant by “death helps us appreciate life”, as cliche as it sounds.

I developed a sense of lucid purpose in those formative yet pivotal years of my early 20s.

Then I had an epiphany moment!

I realized that it’s not just about treasuring life, it’s about giving my life back to others and helping others – all while finding the freedom of creative expression through blogging!

And so I began creating this blog as an outlet for all my energy, powered by my relentless quest for something new and better.

I later discovered the highly disruptive and innovative Web 3.0 space, where I was right in my zone of excellence. I knew I wanted to share my knowledge with others like you.

Recently, my added knowledge in tech, analytics, home tech, and web3 has snowballed to become a great advantage that I use to blog and share with you.

And this blog has been my expression of giving back and sharing my information with the masses like you.

I’ve also started tinkering with tools such as a crypto profit calculator, username generator, and gwei calculator, which I hope can benefit at least one person out there on the planet! 🙂

So join me on this journey of finding and sharing innovative ideas where we learn, apply and optimize our lives through tech,.

See you around!

Justin Chia

Let’s connect: justin@justjooz.com


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