Over the end of the year holidays I’ve started to learn more about personal finance. That part of my life has been lacking good information despite being a daughter of an accountant and tax consultant. So I made an app which calculates the credit card payments. Continue reading “Afternoon Project Post Mortem: Credit Card Payments Calculator”
As a part of Sloth project I came across the need to embed Vue into a page as a widget. As it has been more of a struggle than expected this post needed to be written.
Side projects are supposed to be fun thing where one is supposed to be free to experiment as much as one wants. But what to do when side project or part of it turns into a chore? Chores are no fun.
Whatever you do there will be people who don’t give a as Dain Irontfoot would say a dead dog. Also there will be people who don’t get what you are doing and there will be people who will put you down because they think their ideas are geni(t)al.
Every project needs to be organized in one way or another. There isn’t one ideal way, so most projects are organized suboptimally according developers’ abilities and experiences. It’s a hard problem, we, developer, have been trying find best way to do it since 1970s, so no judgement here.
During long projects, especially unpaid ones, which don’t provide gratification for many months, even a year or longer, it’s hard to keep motivation high. So it’s probably time to remind myself why SlothCMS exists.
Testing, that dreaded T-word is on my list of things again. Being a developer who always had one foot in design world code testing dosesn’t come naturally to me. And the fact that they didn’t teach me how to test at university doesn’t help one bit. Continue reading “Day 13 – Testing”
It’s been a while since #10. This batch is about decentralizing work and social media, privacy, design and accessibility.
There’s a saying “better done than perfect”. When it comes to complex projects building prototypes first is most viable. Expansion and refactoring will come later. Continue reading “Day 12 – Simplifying”