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Returned from Japan

It was fantastic and tiring. And finally I fulfilled a 5 year old promise of mine to my wife that I’d go to Japan with her. When I was in Spain a few months before, I could spend each day some tim...

Looking for challenges in open source

It does not seem to easy to find a project. I’ve been checking a lot during the last few days and starred some repositories. Mostly Java and Python ones. But that doesn’t matter that much. It seem...

Story of a failure

My IntelliJ stopped working properly. When I clicked on run tests, it only compiled the code but never ran anything. I spent some time investigating the issue, I tried to fix this erroneous state, ...

My latest user story is about being a consultant

The scrum team I am part of consists of people from several teams, including developers from a handful of different components. Even though I’m coming from one of these teams, as I had not worked o...

How to keep learning during vacations?

Obviously I did not work during my week off. However if you are a passionate developer you might not want to erase coding and learning from your week. So what did I do? I planned to move on with m...

Tooling is great!

As I’m quite new on the underlying application I executed the procedure in one phase, just to see if it works fine, how the application responds. Then I talked to the author and we agreed, this sho...

Refactor Knuth's Prime Printer

If not, imagine some nasty long main function with wonderful variable names like CC, RR, j and jPrime for example. I hope you don’t like these names. Here is the starting code in Java and here in C...

The Hashtag Square

So did I recently this week when I wanted to explain to him and his classmate how to implement the below exercise. So why not to publish it in English on my new blog?! The goal is to take an input...

Ruby is the first one coming

Why I wanted to read the book? At work I use mostly 3 languages: C++, Java and Python, depending on my actual project/task. I tend to read a lot of technical books and articles, so I hear often abo...

Let's rock!

I used to use another host to have a blog. As it tends to be down more than up, I was really happy when I read about Jekyll and GitHubPages. Thank you Yegor! So I will lead a new blog here about wh...