Nowadays, most people in managerial software development (Product Managers, CEOs, usually not the people actually building the product) adopted the notion that “Mobile First Design” is the way to go. In the following paragraphs I will try to explain, deconstruct and debunk the notion that is “Mobile First Design” and why you can stop worrying about it.
The hosts file for greater productivity
Recently I’ve been trying to drastically reduce my time spent on social media. I blocked most of the relevant social media platforms in my hosts file. Here’s the snippet with and the reasoning behind it.
Psycho-Hygene - Staying fit during lockdown
My personal guide to stay fit during lockdown, both mentally and physically.
Five books that influenced me the most
As an avid reader, I came across a few gems over the years that profoundly influenced my thinking and changed the way I look at the world.
Classic MACD Indicator For MT5
Recently, I had enough and wrote my own MACD indicator for MetaTrader5. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
The Best Youtube Channels For Trading Forex
I gained quite a bit of my knowledge about trading through watching YouTube. Albeit, finding useful information by watching these videos is like trying to find a needle in a hay stack. To make things easier for you, I made a quick list of the Channels that helped me the most over the past two years.
The best CSS frameworks for front-end development
With the advent of mobile web development and responsive design about 10 years ago, a number of prominent CSS frameworks started to emerge, in order to speed up development and improve the developer experience. A lot of time has passed, some conventions were overhauled, some stood the test of time.
Using cURL with FTP
I recently needed to write a bash script for a CI-pipeline deployment and came across some useful snippets for using cURL to upload file via the FTP protocol. You can find the snippets below.
From Crypto-HODL to Algo-Trading - How I got started
Over the past few years I started dabbling in crypto currencies and transitioned from full-time freelance software developer to part-time trader, here’s how I did it.
Being bearish on Ember
Ever since I started using Ember.js, towards the end of 2016, I was a fan and advocate of the framework. My conviction didn’t come from expert opinion or my peer group but from objective examination and comparison of equivalent technology available at the moment. My confidence regarding Ember.js is starting to fade.