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How to use Marcus Aurelius's Meditations to Become Better Software Craftsman

Good software developers are, in general, people with many qualities. When talking about a good software developer one would usually use such adjectives as intelligent, hard-working, responsible and so on. 1,779 more words

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Serverless and Playing Around With MongoDB Atlas

Serverless is quite a buzz word this year, isn’t it? It’s a shiny new term that caused many debates and even conflicts among developers. In fact, at the moment you are reading this (assuming in 2017.) there are already many meet-ups and conferences dedicated to the serverless architecture, its benefits, and pitfalls. 926 more words

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A late night after an inspiring day

I am listening to 7 habits of highly effective people in the car and it was so amazing to be able to discuss so many things about what I “read” in this book tonight at the… 250 more words

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MongoDB Basics - part 1.

In my previous blog post – Introduction to NoSQL and Polyglot Persistence, I wrote about what NoSQL databases are, how they can be used, and what the benefits of using one in your system are. 1,554 more words

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Introduction to NoSQL and Polyglot Persistence

Today we are facing the rapid expansion of data-driven businesses, especially businesses that are web-based and have an enormous amount of data that is being transferred every second. 1,951 more words

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What I Learned @ Sauce Con 2017 - Testing Conference

I had the privilege of attending the first ever Sauce Labs user conference – SauceCon in San Francisco the week of June 5th, 2017 with my two technology leads: Lin, Mao (Albert) and Ross, Derek.   1,003 more words

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How to use Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy to be better Software Craftsman

A while back I wrote an article about how to use “Art of War” to be better Software Craftsman. The idea behind the article is that every craftsman should create a personal mindset in which they are able to create great software. 1,494 more words

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