Get off my lawn! This is probably the most common sentence that a weed can hear. Excluding swearing and asking where are all the chemicals that one can use to eradicate them. The same sentence shows a true picture of being a gardener. You're never done, even if you remove the last weed from your … Continue reading Get off my lawn!
If you wake up a Domain Driven Design fan and scream the word "Bounded" the answer will be immediate and always the same: "Context". It's funny that this word is having so much trouble in leaving DDD context. I'd like to encourage you for broadening it a little bit, to a design, architecture space. Reality … Continue reading Bounded design
It's the 6th month of me using one of the tasks management tools. I must say, that even if I raised several cases how the tool could be improved, the methodology of putting things in the inbox, grooming them and then executing already proved itself. Sure, from time to time a ball is being dropped, … Continue reading On getting things done
It took me some time, which included, reading, trying things out and testing myself, to come to the rule that works for me and that allows me to do more, especially in the morning. Let me share it. Hopefully it will change something for you. Start small. The most important thing was to start small, … Continue reading On morning routines that work
12.03.2018 - 16.03.2018 to czas, który zapisze się złotymi byte'ami na dysku historii. Razem z Konradem Kokosą i Łukaszem Pyrzykiem w ciągu 5 dni odwiedziliśmy 5 miast w Polsce, prezentując kontent związany z performance'em w świecie .NET. Czas na krótkie podsumowanie. Feedback Wstępne spojrzenie na ankiety oraz na feedbacku który otrzymujemy, nie tylko za ich … Continue reading DotNetos – podsumowanie
If you ever used serverless approach, you know that limiting the number of executions can save your money. This is true especially, when you run your app under a consumption plan. Once the free budget is breached, you'll start paying for every execution and consumption of precious GigaByte-seconds. Is there a way to minimize this … Continue reading Serverless & calling no functions at all
There are books that are powerful. One of them is for sure Principles of Ray Dalio. One of the most interesting ideas presented in this book was the meritocratic approach to decision making. Using a weighted voting and gather these data over and over again to improve the whole system. Noticing and measuring. Doing it … Continue reading Meritocracy: all-in or all-out