I think that every sane developer agrees that the SOLID principles are good and useful and when the time comes, you should apply them... but in this blog post I will concentrate on the: when the time comes part. I will probably get a lot of hate for writing this blog post, probably some people … Continue reading SOLID premature optimizations
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
When I started working on my own products at Interaction Lab I was very interested in everything related to startups, marketing, selling products and so on... you know, all the San Francisco hype about the importance of selling, do not focus on products!, 80% marketing 20% product development, sell the product before you even have … Continue reading Sales Voodoo
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