Do you consider yourself a successful person? Think about it for a while... How do you measure it? What is it that drives you? What are your core values? I have always been a big fan of self-awareness and conscious life. I think life is too short to spend it unconsciously following some other people … Continue reading Are you successful?
Dreaming of being a technical manager Many people when beginning their adventure with programming, do share a vision of becoming a manager in the future. Some of them more technical, than the others. Of course there are also those who do not even consider it. Code is their life - respect. I always belonged to the … Continue reading Keeping up with technology being a manager
Today quickly about two topics I had to resolve recently. Bypassing Angular Sanitizer First one is about Angular Sanitizer, or maybe DomSanitizer that is actually the class implementing the Sanitizer interface. The purpose is quite clear, it is inspecting the content of a given value and prevents from unsafe content. I have recently tested the … Continue reading Angular 2 – Sanitizer & Debounce
My application for the competition Daj się poznać 2017 will be using a Web API on the server side, to feed the Angular client app with the data. Today, I want to discuss one very simple, but also very important topic for the APIs accessed over HTTP. HTTP Status Codes The reason we will build … Continue reading HTTP Status codes for REST (Web) API
Legacy Code is legacy code as soon as it's written I know you have seen this ugly, scary code, during one of the bugfixing sessions, or when adding some features to the existing codebase. Everyone did. I know sometimes it feels like the class, or method has been written ages ago and what is worse: … Continue reading Developer’s Sins: Fear of refactoring
When I think back, to a year ago, when I registered in the competition dsp'16, I feel a little old ... 🙂 The level of excitement, which I have experienced back then was simply huge. The thought about (finally) starting a blog, in the same time getting to know all the nooks and crannies of … Continue reading Daj się poznać/Get Noticed 2017 – Kickoff
About Wroc# WROC# is a tech conference for. NET developers. It's hosted in Wrocław, POLAND. The inventor and organizer @lukaszgasior from @ObjectivityLtd made it for the 3rd time, each time being an inspiration day for all attendees. Previous two editions have been free for everybody, who was able to register (all tickets booked in seconds). This year, they decided that … Continue reading Wrocsharp 2017
Introduction On 19 - 21 of October I had a great pleasure to attend .NET Developer Days conference in Warsaw. This was my second time at this conference so I had an opportunity to compare and I thought I will share some thoughts about it. Following the website of the event: .NET DeveloperDays is the biggest … Continue reading .NET Developer Days 2016