By Adrian Kosmaczewski, since 2004. Updates every Friday.
I’ve written and published a few books. But if you look carefully online, you’ll find one book with my name on it, even though I haven’t written it.
(Originally published on the VSHN blog in November 2021.) Let’s take a somewhat tangential approach to the subject of the Microservices architecture.
The news recently splashed the demise, disappearance, and final “good riddance” of Internet Explorer.
I got my first personal computer 30 years ago this month.
I blogged about Dart a few weeks ago, and I said it was refreshingly boring. I am probably late to the party, but I discovered Crystal recently, and it is not only boring but also surprising in many delicious ways.
Microsoft is a big, big, big name in our industry. No matter what they do, everybody notices.
I use Flatpak a lot, on my work and personal laptops.
Finding a job as a software engineer is a lottery. You will find lots of contradicting advice online, and what I’m doing here is adding my grain of salt to this big cacophony that is the world of technical recruiting.
Lately, I’ve been playing with Dart, the programming language powering the cross-platform Flutter UI framework.
There is a lot of discussion online these days about the relative benefits (and drawbacks) of being a generalist software developer.