Did you know that almost any shell uses the READLINE library? If using the command-line is part of your daily work you really should read Gnu Software Manual - Readline and get comfortable with it’s keys ;-)
If you know me, you know I like to get rid of stuff, to keep things simple. And today I removed sass from my project. Thanks, Lea Verou for this brilliant talk.
One of the best talks about programming languages I’ve seen this year.
Yesterday I found this on twitter.
04 Dec, 1995. Published in The Sentinel of Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Today, I wrote my first HEX-package and published it on “hex.pm”. It is an extract of my daily work and was part of an “Umbrella-App” initially.
Let's just skip all the frameworks entirely. Learn how to do the work. Learn how to apply inspect and adapt to the work itself. Learn everything (all frameworks + underlying thinking). Build your own process. Nobody excels by following a rigid set of rules by rote.— Allen Holub (@allenholub) July 4, "2018"
“Visual Studio is one of the single largest pieces of software in the world,” he (Chris Granger, a software developer who worked as a lead at Microsoft on Visual Studio) said. “It’s over 55 million lines of code. And one of the things that I found out in this study is more than 98 percent of it is completely irrelevant. All this work had been put into this thing, but it missed the fundamental problems that people faced.
Yesterday (2018-03-20) I attended a seminar on regulations in medical software. It gave me heebie-jeebies because it’s obvious that Uncle Bob’s fears seem to become true: law and government will tell us how to do our profession. And gosh, what they are telling us is to go back 10 years. We should not be that passionate programmer and we should swap the two sides of the Agile Manifesto again. The right side really matters much more for them ;-(
We, as software developers, will face more and more regulatory demands. Business, government, laws will tell us how to do our work.
ThoughtWork’s new Technology Radar (Vol.17) is out. Always worth reading …
Best article about Erlang Schedulers, I found so far …
It took me some time to figure out how this combination works. Finally, it is rather easy.
More and more people in our industrie figure out what Leonardo Da Vinci already knows hundrets of years ago: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
Comming from a Ruby-background; after two years of enterprise Java, I have to make a decision. And what a fool I’m that this took me two years.
A short summary how to deploy a Phoenix-Project to an AWS-Instance
GraphQL attracts me more and more. So, I just bought the (beta) book “Craft GraphQL APIs with Elixir and Absinthe” at “The Pragmatic Bookshelf”.
Next, I will figure out how to use GraphQL at the frontend with ELM fetching data from the Elixir backend. A combination I consider to be really faaaast and clear.
The tools and services I use
Yesterday, a friend asked me which tools to use when he is about to move from a cube-based job to a remote team. Here is what I'm using.
What else should a programmer do on a cloudy Sunday afternoon if not fiddle around with something new? So, since I’m practicing some functional stuff a while now (Elixir, Erlang, and Phoenix-Framework) I wonder if there is a good functional oriented frontend language for the browser. And of course, there is one: ELM-LANG
“Visualise your desires as a system related to a purpose, not your ideas about solutions”— Andi Altendorfer (@nickendell) September 20, "2017"
Sadly, many developers simply set up a CI server and falsely assume they are “doing CI” when in reality they miss out on all the benefits. Common failure modes include: running CI against a shared mainline but with infrequent commits, so integration isn’t really continuous; running a build with poor test coverage; allowing the build to stay red for long periods; or running CI against feature branches which results in continuous isolation. The ensuing “CI theatre” might make people feel good, but would fail any credible CI certification test.
Just signed up to this #freeonlinecourse ‘Functional Programming in Erlang’ by @UniKent @FutureLearn and looking forward to have fun and learn.
do you see what’s wrong with Java?
Today when updating my ruby to 2.2.5 I faced some troubles with updating my bundle. The error was
These days I struggled a lot with f*cking Java-annotations. I feel immediately that annotations do more harm than help. But how to explain it to my boss?
Node sounds like the german word “Not” and this means “distress”.
Do a chat-app with elixir and angular in less than an hour.
There is hope! :)
For me it’s clear: the industry –any industry– is the death of any good idea. Also, industry isn’t made to think about individuals.
“Java is not a programming language. … it’s an industry”
I’m now a certified “Scaled Agilist” http://scaledagileframework.com
Just discovered this page with a lot of interviews worth hearing … AvdiGrimm, JEGII, just to name two of them.
Today I started an Elixir practicing project on Github, named ‘repox’.
Mary Poppendieck (Poppendieck.LLC) - The New New Software Development Game: Containers, Micro Services...
Just watched, this inspiring talk by Mary Poppendieck. Have fun (and learn from) watching it…
Kent talking about ease
Define Motivations, Don’t Define Implementation"—
I just read that post from Alan Klement at Medium. IMHO this approach is worth giving it a try.
I always declared myself agnostic but today Sandi Metz told me, I just beleive in Nothing ;-)
I’m a big Docker fan and sure, I’m lazy too … like this talk…
What are the secrets to constructing a great agile architecture for your systems?
In his course on the topic, the globally know agile expert, Robert C Martin AKA “Uncle Bob” explains the contents of his course on this, and how it will benefit your team.
He teaches this course in Copenhagen: see the full description here: ative.dk/kalender/robert-c-martin/agile-architecture-and-design.aspx
See his other courses and schedule here: ative.dk/kalender/robert-c-martin.aspx
Uncle Bob on How to Build a Great Software Development Team
Ruby hash vs. RubyTree
Latest OS X update did some harm to my environment and some gems stopped working. hapricot and vim-rspec was affected and I decide to implement the three commands I really need from vim-rspec myself.
Just published an example of a test-driven coffeescript-application. Using Jasmine and HTML5-Canvas.
coffeemine is a template to start with your Jasmine-driven Coffeescript application.
A #TDD example of an Objective-C command line application.
And the answer can be #OpenSource!
YARB – Yet Another Rails Bootstrap
If you interpret markdown within your web-application and you’re using jQuery and coffeescript, you may use this Coffeescript to automatically generate a clickable index for the (markdown) page.
Obsessed by TTD and Clean Coding. This week I received my Green Band from Uncle Bob ;)
It’s an experiment. In order to put the focus on your application and not on the framework or database you’re working with I want to implement a Rails starter app which doesn’t depend on a specific ORM.
As I did a bundle update yesterday, I broke bootstrap-icons.
TDD I love to start a week with 100% specs passed. So, Tuesday is the bad day of the week.
I just switched the capybara-driver from
webkit in my Rails 3.2.2 application / WAT
Can a #rails #bootstrap html-output depend on the #ruby-version? No idea where this difference come from. The code is exactly the same. Ruby-version is the only difference. And yes, I did assets:precompile ;-)
I like #simple_form and #bootstrap :D
Weekend-hacking. bootstrap omniauth mongoid rails
Every time when I setting up a new website with #OmniAuth I do the same google-search over and over again to figure out where to generate my #API-Keys.
Defining new strings in locale-files is something I always fail to do immediately. Especially when starting a new app. Here is a quick and dirty solution to find
t(:.....) in all files of a rails-project …
I like the idea to test js like this. I guess JSFiddle is worth keeping an eye on it.