After reading Antifragile by Nicholas Taleb my mind immediately began to think of ways this can be applied to programming. Admittedly the book was a hard read, mainly because I didn't want to go through the trouble of researching the bigger words however that did not stop me from getting the larger concepts behind everything … Continue reading Over intervention against required intervention for programmers
First lets do the most important thing. Let me explain. In this article reactive programming refers to responding immediately or as soon as possible to change requests to your application code base. Responsive programming however is viewed as a planned action based on individual or multiple change requests to your code based. From the get … Continue reading Reactive vs Responsive Programming – Which is Better
How can you maintain the balance between the two forces. Clean coding and quick and dirty coding. These two terms seem to not be friends at all. In experience it is either the task gets done or its gets done clean eventually. Is there an actually balance? If there was, how would you know it. … Continue reading How to become the Code Skywalker
It's a sunny Monday morning. isUserLoggedIn has just completed another cycle and he's tired now. He has been called 1000 times for the morning and now he is just fed up. "Why am I called so many times" he asks himself. "Its so frustrating! All the other variables get to rest much more than I … Continue reading A tale of two variables and a function
You've heard them many times before but what do they really mean without out all the fancy jargon than confuses you and me. In this article I look at a few common IT buzz words and give simplified explanation and uses or possible use cases for them. Computer Vision Photo by Josh Calabrese on Unsplash First up on … Continue reading Demystifying these five common IT buzz words
Technology is always changing and the pace is so fast that you might feel like you being left out. Especially as a programmer who looks at the new trendy articles praises different up and coming languages. What is FOMO and how to handle it.
Clean Code is a book written by Robert C. Martin. In this post I look at some of the principles I learnt while reading the book. All programmers should know and work with these principles.