We had a short discussion about a type of a certain collection. It seemed the situation we had was confusing to most of the people present. In this post I’ll outline my thinking with the reasons behind it.
I’ve glimpsed early enough the importance of being proactive in life. Sadly procrastination and inactivity make up for an easier road. I’ve fallen victim to those vices, hard and repeatedly. Seeing how that doesn’t lead to the life I desire, I’ve been changing my ways.
More importantly I’m meeting amazing and interesting people. Proactively. This is rewarding professionally. Even more, it’s deeply enriching privately. You should do it as well!
The video of the hangout can be found on youtube.
I’ve briefly touched on the idea and value of log replaying in CD setup. Hopefully I’ll write about that topic in the future.
Why should you serve the content over HTTPS1?
Every single page on the internet should support HTTPS. Ideally all internet traffic should be encrypted. Martin Fowler explained why better than I could.
Few days ago I was at SoCraTes (Software Craftsmanship and Testing) conference in Soltau, Germany and it was an amazing experience. People say that all the time without elaborating further. I’m going to try explaining why I think so and why next SoCraTes could be the right conference for you.
As the title says, I’m stupid when I’m tired. Seriously, this is not a joke! Fatigue affects my performance across the board. Intellectual capabilities needed for being a software engineer are affected more than most.
I’m going to ramble a bit here, recollecting a particularly embarrassing episode I had yesterday. If you are often on the verge of being sleep-deprived or just plainly tired, by the end of this post I hope you’ll reflect on that behaviour a bit.