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Intro to profiling Go apps or packages. To keep it short I will only focus on the computational optimizations.
Because static blogs are popular again, I want to raise awareness of more powerful ways to use static generated content.
How to avoid bugs and vulnerabilities using defensive programming.
A simple, straightforward, pragmatic tutorial for back-end engineers.
Do not stale or return the wrong result, rather tell your caller that something is wrong.
A free, fast and easy to setup web health checker using AWS Lambda.
What exactly a developer mentor does? Good question, I am struggling myself to find out. I wrote about what exactly am I doing.
I wrote about my latest pet-project: emoji-compress.com and what I have learned by doing it.
Delve into the epic journey of developing a next-gen persistent space simulator. Post for: devs, designers, devops, Q&A and writers.
A summary of more than 3h of panels based on software written for NASA space exploration missions.
The terms backend and frontend may mean different things, depending on your project/team.
Let's explore how did the paradigm changed over the years when talking about back-end web applications.
Learn why are we using encoding & decoding functions and what are the differences from Encryption, Hashing, Minification & Obfuscation.
Making peace with the Ghosts of Code Past while delivering new features.
Hierarchical Heap is a very efficient Priority Queue O(log n/k) for large data sets.
How am I learning Go as my new main language, what resources & techniques am I using?
The technical details and the new mindset needed to make the switch.
A/B tests will try to make spaghetti from your clean code. Learn from my mistakes so you don’t repeat them.
A few thoughts about “the zone”, brakes, tasks and notifications.
I am lazy but I care about the most precious currency we have: time ⏰. That being said I want to share some tips that improved my…
Writing O(1) high performance data structures, in order to learn Go.
A fine list of open source or free tools and online services any software engineer/QA/devops can use.
Later edit (2018): I ended up using http://meteor-up.com/ with a custom VM in AWS/Google cloud. The costs were too high with a managed…
Every game needs some kind of input control from the user, usually we need to let the user interact with our unity objects directly, by…
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