The simple way of testing using Mac VoiceOver, interesting conversation with John Carmack, best practices for creating a modern npm package, Linux command line for beginners, incredible TypeScript series of tutorials and a lot more…
I mentioned multiple times how much I like RSS. But unfortunately, not every website I use generates feeds — Bandcamp is one of them.
Let me walk you through a quick real-life example I experienced today, my learnings and a hacky little solution I crafted.
Book review: "Creative Selection: Inside Apple's Design Process During the Golden Age of Steve Jobs" by Ken Kocienda
Good read. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in Apple and the design process of world-leading products from an insider’s point of view.
The truth about agile development, responsive CSS content scrollers, Astro 1.0, git force trick, CSS scroll snapping demystified, the sick release of Deno, new crawler on Node.js ecosystem, Bun is growing and more…
I have had a great time co-creating Semble for the past nine months. But unfortunately, some internal difficulties arose that perfectly synced with the hard-to-decline offer I received. I am happy to share that I am joining Polygon as a Software Engineer.
I have been part of a development team at Semble (formerly Heydoc) for over eight months, and it’s been a blast. Working there comes with a great list of benefits, but my favourite perk is two extra “feel good” days.
Twitter timeline is full of ads, and the “What’s happening” section is nothing else, just crap that I don’t care about. The trick is simple — you must add a few lines of CSS to hide the unneeded stuff.
A few years back, I built Siema — a lightweight (only 3kb gzipped) carousel plugin with no dependencies. Nowadays, I would like to ask you to stop using it.
Working with the file system on Node.js, come cool macOS CLI, some food for thoughs about the software lifetime, using Rust in Deno, some serious competition to Electron is coming, come aspect ratio tricks, HTML outline drama aand more…