Recently a hiring manager during a call asked me to provide a link to my Github if I have one. They didn’t look it up on their own. So it might be time to talk about writing public code.
2-in-1 laptop is great until you need a proper laptop to work on. So why do humans in companies think that 2-in-1 developers are any better?
Last year I started working on SlothCMS, it’s still in progress but it’s completely different project than when it started.
To solidify what I’ve learned so far in a Udemy course I’ve decided to write about a visualization of changes in GDP and life expectancy and since I am a bit of rebel I did couple of changes that weren’t initially in the assignment but sounded interesting.
After seven months at a job I am ready for some soul searching because this is the first time working in enterprise environment. Let’s be clear, money isn’t my main motivator although getting paid what I am worth is important. This post is about the work itself. (Disclaimer: This is not a critique of my employer.) Continue reading “What makes me tick?”
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 connection is pretty much non-existent. Here comes Network Information API to the rescue, sort of. Continue reading “Network Information API”
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. Continue reading “Using technology before it’s ready”