My highlights from the first in the series of books on software design by Kent Beck
Reflecting on 2023, my best tech year to date
Supporting materials for my 'Advent of Frontend Architecture' talk at BarcelonaJS
It took me years to find the right mindset for learning at work. In this article, I share my experience and hope it will help you grow as a developer.
My takeaways and useful links from the conference.
In this article, I share onboarding tips that I've learned from my experiences on both sides of the process.
My top 5 features of Renovate, an open source tool for automated dependency updates.
As an introvert, I have a limited communication capacity that I refer to as my "extravert budget". In this post, I will share how I learned to spend it more wisely in order to stay in sync with the IT reality.
Thinking Architecturally by Nate Schutta is a short practical book for developers who want to stay current and grow in the rapidly changing tech industry. My favourite part is about “ilities”. Read on to learn more.
Next.js is a great example of a “fast by default” mindset. It popularises web performance best practices by making them easy to use. In this article I share my favourite performance features of Next.js framework.
In modern working conditions, software engineers often struggle with focus. I discovered a few tricks that I share in this article.
According to the State of JS report, the “Code Architecture” problem is the main pain point in frontend development. This post is an attempt to connect the Software Architecture discipline with the modern frontend.
In this guide I map common Flutter concepts to their equivalents in web development. If you are a React developer interested in Flutter, it will help you find your fit on the new territory.
Last year I had several mentorship experiences, and the results impressed me. In this article, I reflect on what worked for me and suggest how to get started.
My review of “Learning Domain-Driven Design” book about DDD and how it maps to the common software architecture patterns.
Terminals can be very cool and fun! But you don't have to be a command line geek to be a successful developer.
Developers often blame “bad management” when something goes wrong. I’ve been there too, I remember the pain. For me, it was useful to sit…
Improve your website performance by caching dynamic pages in Cloudflare (or any other) CDN. No need to rewrite everything in Gatsby :)
We, developers, tend to value practice over theory because this is how we learn most of the things. Often though, we don't know how to start, which library or service to pick, etc. Quick investigation process described in this article helps me in such situations.
It took me two years to realise that “How to find time to code?” is the wrong question for a Tech Lead. In this blog post I'm explaining why.
1:1 is a simple and powerful management tool that is often underestimated by novice Tech Leads. Check out my practical recommendations to make the most of it.
What I noticed in behaviours of great developers is that they find a moment to think outside the box and apply results of their thought process to reality. This is what I call practical thinking.
A few tech highlights from 2019.
Sharing my recent experience in automating software releases in a monorepo.
Maintaining mental health for Senior Software Engineers
I've got a couple of great resources to share with those who eventually found themselves in a team lead / tech lead shoes...
I’m so exited to open this blog with a post about Elm, a functional programming language for building web frontend. As a user, I interact with Elm almost every day...