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.
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”