Code Style that breaks clean code rules: Space Shuttle Style
You should avoid comments and your code should be self-documenting. It's good advice but, is it always true?
- 2020 February Update
How to set up a Haskell project
Installation and set up of Haskell Stack on a new machine
Lambda Days 2020
Notes from the conference
- 2020 January Update
Why did you fail at your New Year's resolutions? Learn the secrets of creating habits.
Most important lessons learned from "Atomic Habits" by James Clear
- 2019 December Update
- 2019 November Update
How to tell stories? Summary and Review of Storyworthy by Matthew Dicks
Praise for Storyworthy: Engage, Teach, Persuade, and Change Your Life through the Power of Storytelling
- October 2019 Update
- Learn JS. Destructuring 4 — Custom Variable Name
- Learn JS. Destructuring 3 — Options Object JS Pattern
- September 2019 Update
- Learn JS. Destructuring 2 — Assignment and Default Value
The Coddling of the American Mind by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt
How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure.
- Learn JS. Destructuring 1 — Accessing object properties
Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport
On Living Better with Less Technology
Knowledge sharing at work
How to share learning in the team and across teams in the whole organization.
Two architecture rules more people should follow
How can you better structure code and think about web applications?
You Don't Know JS: Scope & Closures (#2) by Kyle Simpson.
How scope and closures work in JS. What is Hoisting?
Does technology improve or degrade by default?
Inspired by a great talk by Jonathan Blow, I've gathered my thoughts on technology and children, abstractions and learning.
- Learn JS. Hoisting (3). Example with scope
- Learn JS. Hoisting (2). Temporal Dead Zone
- Learn JS. Hoisting (1)
- Start of Learning JS weekly
How to test onSubmit in react-testing-library
Click on the submit button isn't working. How to test it properly?
Object-Oriented Design Criticism
I share the criticism of Object-Oriented programming and design that I find inspiring.
Estimates are relative
How I realized that all tasks are relative and you might not need numerical estimates.
Is "Strong Opinions, weakly held" good advice?
I make a dive into the origins of this term. What does it mean? When does it make sense?
How to set up Rails on a Mac
How I wasted a lot of time to set up Ruby and RoR.
How it works
I try to note the process of building this blog.
You Don't Know JS: Up & Going (#1) by Kyle Simpson
When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
A memoir about neurosurgeon dying of cancer. His story and thoughts before death.
Learned Optimism by Martin Seligman
Book about two things. First - memoir and a short history of positive psychology. Second - differences between pessimism and optimism. How helplessness and depression connect to them.
Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer
What is the value of learning and memories in modern days and if mnemonic techniques can help us remember more?