Here, I share my thoughts, tips, and experiences on coding and software development. As a software developer, I am always learning and growing, and I use this blog as a way to document and reflect on the things that have helped me in my work. Whether you’re just starting out in the field or you’re a seasoned pro, I hope you find something useful here.
I decided to write here in English as it is the language of software engineers.
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In the local development environment, all images from the live environment are usually missing. With a small hack you can solve this problem.
As a software developer, you may find yourself facing the decision at some point in your career whether or not to become a manager. While the role of a manager can be rewarding and fulfilling, it is important to keep in mind that it can also be more challenging than you may think. In this post, I will share my perspective on why being a manager may be harder than it appears.
Racing conditions are hard to debug because they often cannot be recreated consistently. Here is how I tackled one of those cases.
An oneliner can be used to easily optimize large image data on the command line.
With a few simple curl calls in a bash, data can be extracted from an ElasticSearch instance.
I did more job interviews than I am able to recall. Here is a list of things I that helped me find the right candidates.
A little while back I needed to reset a database and I did not want to mess with the uses and access rights. So, I made a script that gets rid of all content in the database.