As a programmer, I can say with all honesty that my knowledge of infrastructure
tools is skin-deep at best. Sure, I have written some Dockerfiles in my life,
and since I self-host all my projects, I did set up a web server for them…
Mostly by following instructions found on …
Recently I've been pondering a project idea that I've been wanting to share.
Two tiers — front-end and back-end
A lot of web apps utilize separate servers for front-end and
back-end. That's why we have things like CORS, to ensure
our apps can make cross-origin requests securely. However, more often
Hello my dear readers!
Today is something I would call quite an event in my life. I've made a Ruby gem
of my own! It's called Classy Filter, and it's a library
for performing filtering in an object-oriented, class-based, configurable
Here's a quick little example of usage.
So some time ago I've seen this tweet:
Translated into English, it would roughly read like this:
Do you think web development is …
Welcome again my readers, to another issue of Newbie Impressions, a series
where I look at various programming tools and relate my first impressions of
And today I'm not looking at a singular library, but rather at a programming
language as a whole. Well, not as a whole, but …