At first I foolishly thought that setting up nginx and PHP would be easy. But I am a cross between an artist and a developer, not an operations engineer. And therefore I switched back to default Apache server. Also I have different opinions about the front-end side of the things.
If you have been around me for a while you might have noticed that I am a huge fan of Network Information API. I fell in love with it because I used to travel a lot, even before the Crazy year of 2016. On trains there isn’t usually fast internet and there are places where… Continue reading
It has been a month since I made first skill set map and after just a month it needs an update. It’s not complete because it’s optimized for my day job and not anything else. In April it’ll contain also natural language skills, drawing skills and some business skills.
Time and energy are two things which are hard to find. It doesn’t matter what we do, work will fill our time regardless1. Since starting a full-time job, time and energy have been quite hard to find but I think I have a solution. Parkinson’s law ↩
For a long time I have let my side projects grow organically and a lot of times it didn’t do them any good. Debugging existing site through developer tools and then adding custom styles in the WordPress editor to the end of CSS file is a hole from which a theme will never properly recover…. Continue reading
It has been more than four months since I began walking around Angular2 and React. I later stopped experimenting with React because I found a job which required Angular2. Anyway I feel that it’s time to reflect on things because this week there should be Angular3 beta.0 release.
In one of the recent posts I made a statement which was incorrect. It was about frameworks and the possibility to break links. At that time I didn’t have enough information.
Like any WordPress geek these days I am excited about WP REST API and want to use it as soon as possible, preferably sooner. Unfortunately there is a limit to what I can use at the moment and not everything is perfect. Like those windmills, slow and steady approach may be better.
When I began learning HTML and CSS in early-2000s the situation when it comes to web standards was bad. Netscape lost the battle with Internet Explorer and web standards weren’t enforced. Basically Microsoft did whatever they wanted because there was almost no competition.