It's nice to live in a perfect world where every problem has an elegant solution but when dudes like Bruce Dawson, an awesome C++ developer from Google, commits code with this subject line, I think we can safely assume that the perfect world doesn't exists 🙂 . Avoid Windows kernel bug using Python hack I … Continue reading GIT commits a la Google
Good news for WEB fanatics, Ricky Mondello from Apple announced on Twitter that Safari will have support for Web App Manifest and Service Workers which means multi-platform PWAs are now possible. https://twitter.com/rmondello/status/956256845311590400 PWAs or Progressive Web Applications are basically enhanced web apps. When the user regularly returns to the app, browsers will invite him to … Continue reading PWAs are coming to iOS 11.3
I was always into low level C/C++ stuff and most of my career I wrote desktop and server applications but during my college years, I remember I made decent amount of money by doing websites/applications for different customers. I remember that I really liked WEB development back in the days: you just needed to edit … Continue reading What happened to the WEB?
I'm not a fan of code generators,usually I simply hate them but lately, working with Project Lombok and especially writing Java code after a lot of Kotlin, I must confess I grown to tolerate this little library. People who hate Java, usually invoke its verbosity as on of the main reasons. Unfortunately, they are right, … Continue reading Write less with Lombok
I started to learn Kotlin after Google's announced it as one of the official languages for the Android platform and in the heath of the moment I wrote my first impressions in this article. I thought that's it and never considered as a viable alternative for my production applications but I was wrong. Now after … Continue reading Kotlin, after half a year