As a DIY fan I love to browse internet in search of ideas and inspirations. So I’ve found a pretty nice project, called ESPBASIC. I heard about BASIC, but I had never had a chance neither to learn it nor to use it, so I thought it was ‘s time to meet BASIC (although it’s just an interpreter). I have few ESP-12F chips in my drawer, few cables and LEDs scattered around and a free breadboard, and that will be enough for the first encounter with BASIC. My idea is simple and typical for electronics - I have decided to make hello world of DIY world - blinking LED.
Some people can achieve much more during the same time than the others. The secret may lie in their time management. It is not an innate skill we are born with. I suppose I am learning it constantly by doing regular updates in my to-do list. By managing our time effectively we do not only complete tasks much faster, but also work smarter while not being overloaded and burnt out.
Professional development process consists of many puzzles. Some of these puzzles can be: unit testing, choosing good architecture, clean code, continuous integration and many more. In this post I will focus on one of these puzzles - Continuous Integration(CI). An integral part of CI in iOS Development process is a great tool called Fastlane. Fastlane is a powerful engine which handles a number of tasks like - dealing with code signing, creating `.ipa` files, generating screenshots to AppStore and much more. One of the cool feature of Fastlane is a Slack integration - and this is what I wanted to write about.
One of the things that we do best at Bright Inventions is helping startups build their first MVP. It’s pretty common that founders select us as their technology partner and rely on us to turn their vision into reality. We enjoy this kind of challenges and over the years have started to understand quite well why - simply said - startups like to work with us. However, this note is purely intended as a set of generic things to look for in a technology partner.
Timeouts are not an exciting thing to talk about. They do not add immediately perceivable value. They are difficult to guess get right and force one to consider problems that are hard to solve. In fact, in my experience, the timeout is only ever considered when our software stops working or is about to. That is an enormous shame since, in my opinion, carefully applied timeouts can vastly improve software resiliency.
A developer needs tools that support her/his workflow to be fully productive. Well, I guess that this statement fits to any profession that you can think of. It is really important for me to feel that the environment that I'm working in really supports my flow and works well with my approach to software development.
Using vector drawables is often much better than bitmap images for two reasons: they scale without losing definition and you need only one asset file which fits all screen densities.
Hello! I’m Radek and I am a programmer. Employed as a full-time software developer at Bright Inventions… last Monday.
My experience with frontend web development is not long yet, nevertheless, I have already got stuck a few times and spend like a few hours trying to find one perfect solution. I reckon that some of them are worth describing.