Lately, some of my friends have been asking me how they can get started with coding. None of them being computer science grads or professional software developers, it intrigued me that they were taking an interest in programming.
While I was discussing this with them, one of them made an interesting point: coding doesn’t necessarily have to be your occupation. It could be just a fun mental exercise, to keep the logical half of your brain functioning well. Continue reading “Coding as a Hobby”
Ever since the advent of HTML5 and ES6, the web is moving forward at the speed of the Millennium Falcon.
While the world was still in awe at Angular’s superpowers, the React phenomenon happened. And while the average corporate Java dev gets over the overwhelming pace of events, Angular 2 and Polymer will be ready to refill their pile of things to be amazed at.
And that is a good thing. It means better APIs, better developer ergonomics, and most importantly, better resulting products.
I promised last week that I’d do a monospace font this week, and here it is! Continue reading “Font of the Week: Inconsolata”
I had been looking for a great text editor for a while now — something with intuitive keyboard shortcuts and easy navigation among multiple documents. Gedit and Kate do not have the latter. Not for me. I want to be able to use
Ctrl+Tab. CLI text editors are out of question, since vim is completely beyond me, and Emacs and nano don’t have the shortcuts I’m used to.
Surfing across the web, I stumbled upon Light Table, and since then I believe in love at first sight. Continue reading “Light Table IDE will become your Instant Favourite”