When I started this blog I would have never guessed that I would write a post about … Big Data?
Hai mai pensato a come svolgeresti il tuo lavoro senza poter vedere? Lo devo ammettere, non avrei idea di dove iniziare, ma un mio caro amico lo sta sperimentando e penso sia il caso di condividere la sua storia.
In a project we had a select box that will probably contain more than a hundred of results, and it will be very difficult for users to select the right one without typing. So we decided to implement a django-select2 widget instead.
Have you ever thought of doing your daily job without sight? I must admit, I would not have any clue of where to start, but a very close friend of mine is going exactly through this and I think it’s worth to share his story.
In the last few years I’ve worked or played with a bunch of MVC frameworks: Laravel, Ruby on Rails, Django, and AdonisJS.
This book is just fun.
At my current job we have some projects that were realized using the Go programming language. The cool thing is, programmers that have used it are in love with it, and these applications never crash, not even under heavy load. This is great, for example, for applications that have to process a stream of data as fast as possible.
You know when you’re chatting with a colleague and you want to point out a specific line in the git repository? For example, a specific line of a specific branch of a specific fork? It’s a time-wasting process to open the browser, open the git hosting website, navigate to the file, and create the link; so I decided to create an extension for Visual Studio Code.
Non fraintendetemi, non mi piaceva mica il traffico o il tempo perso per raggiungere l’ufficio, o il capo spocchioso. A me piaceva proprio conversare con i miei colleghi.