Programmer by day, writer by night. I’m writing code since 2010, currently at Pixel Federation. I’m writing books and articles since high school. I love books since I can remember. With this blog, I’m fusing two of my passions into one.
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Trade-offs are an unavoidable part of programming. Every programmer has been faced with that moment when they had to say “I’ll do this part later.” But honestly, how many times did we really do it later? And when did “later” come?
Hollywood loves to show programmers as geniuses who can repair computers, create websites, control traffic lights, and hack bank accounts, all at once. What could be wrong with this image?
Tools we use matter! If you ever had to cut down a tree, you may have noticed how much easier the task is if you have a sharp axe. It's just the same with other tools.
There are many trials and tribulations in programmers' lives. "Tiny changes" are definitely one of the worst. But must they be?
After six years of programming in MVC, I moved to DDD. I really thought it would be easy. I have to admit I was wrong.