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I haven’t publish any book review for a while. It does not mean I am not reading books anymore. I just didn’t feel that some of the books I read recently requires my recommendation, or I didn’t have any thoughts that I needed necessary to share right now. I have added a few books to my favorite books list though. Check them out! Working Effectively with Legacy Code deserves blog post because of a few reasons...

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[EN] Working Effectively with Legacy Code

Sztuka programowania 1035 dni, 14 godzin, 21 minut temu jj09 154 źrodło rozwiń

Your TypeScript project shouldn’t have JavaScript files in the repository. It may be problematic when you want to deploy your site from git repo on Azure Web Apps. You may consider adding some custom scripts, but there is a better way: use npm postinstall. I have created a simple TypeScript project, put it on github...

Tagi: Azure, TypeScript
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[EN] Compiling TypeScript files on Azure Web Apps

Web 1047 dni, 13 godzin temu jj09 29 źrodło rozwiń

Have you heard about accessibility? Do you know what that is? Do you know what it takes to make your website accessible? Making your website accessible, means providing ability for everyone, regardless of disability or special needs, to use it. Unfortunately if you put together all accessibility specifications and print it, the stack will be higher than CN Tower in Toronto...

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[EN] Web Accessibility Hacker Way

Web 1055 dni, 14 godzin, 1 minutę temu jj09 79 źrodło rozwiń

Last week I had a pleasure to attend and present the Azure Portal insights at the Visual Studio Live conference in Redmond. Throughout the conference, 5 sessions were being presented simultaneously, and 1 session was being streamed live. My session was chosen to be streamed live, and is now available on channel9!

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[EN] Azure Portal – the largest Single Page App in the World

Web 1063 dni, 13 godzin, 38 minut temu jj09 114 źrodło rozwiń

Last month I had a pleasure to attend Open Source North conference in Minneapolis, MN. It was a great event with over 500 attendees and speakers from all over across the United States. I had a pleasure to meet a lot of great people, and attend a few interesting talks. I also gave a talk “Open Source and Microsoft and Beyond” where I presented a bunch of Microsoft Open Source projects (ASP.NET Core, TypeScript, Xamarin, F#), gave an insight into Azure ...

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[EN] Open Source at Microsoft and Beyond

Web 1110 dni, 4 godziny, 5 minut temu jj09 45 źrodło rozwiń

Xamarin is a cross-platform mobile development framework that allows you to build native mobile applications with C# and share code between them. There are two approaches: native Xamarin – write native UI code in C# (views cannot be shared, business logic can be shared), and Xamarin.Forms – write shared UI in XAML (native controls are being generated, and business logic can be shared as well) The beauty of the first approach is ability to take advantage o...

Tagi: mobile, Xamarin
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Getting started with Xamarin in 2016

Mobile development 1139 dni, 12 godzin, 16 minut temu jj09 88 źrodło rozwiń

In 2014, Internets went loud after Erik Meijer’s talk One Hacker Way. I really liked this talk, because it made me think…actually even until today I didn’t figure out everything Erik meant. Unfortunately, most of people didn’t understand this talk. In 2015, he gave the same talk again, but the rhetoric was way different. It’s more straight forward, and probably more people understood it. tl;dr This talk is about approach to software engineering...

Tagi: Agile, scrum, TDD
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[EN] One Hacker Way by Erik Meijer

Sztuka programowania 1163 dni, 12 godzin, 30 minut temu jj09 103 źrodło rozwiń

A few months ago I read great article written by Erik Dietrich – How Developers Stop Learning: Rise of the Expert Beginner. After publishing this article, and receiving a lot of positive feedback, Erik has written multiple follow up articles. He also has written a book, which I decided to buy and read: The Expert Beginner ($5 for Kindle Edition!). This book is a very interesting case study, in which Erik analyzes developer’s growth, and how some peop...

Tagi: kariera
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[EN] The Expert Beginner

Sztuka programowania 1173 dni, 13 godzin, 6 minut temu jj09 117 źrodło rozwiń

This blog is hosted on Azure. It is using WordPress, which stores its data in MySQL database hosted by ClearDb. I blogged about the issues with WordPress database size over a year ago. The issue is inserting transient entries into database that are growing its size and exceeding free 20MB ClearDB limit. As I mentioned in this blog post – you can use plugins that clear database for you, or…you can use web jobs. Azure WebJobs is very neat way to perform c...

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[EN] How to save money on Azure with WebJobs

Web 1180 dni, 12 godzin, 28 minut temu jj09 55 źrodło rozwiń

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive. In this video I am showing how you can customize side bar by adding your favorite resources to it.

Tagi: Azure
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[EN] Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 03. Customizing Side Bar

Web 1186 dni, 38 minut temu jj09 8 źrodło rozwiń

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive. In this video I am showing how you can customize your dashboard, but adding new tiles and organizing them.

Tagi: Azure
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[EN] Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 02. Customizing Dashboard

Web 1186 dni, 38 minut temu jj09 6 źrodło rozwiń

Azure Portal Tips & Tricks is a series of short videos where I am showing various features of the Azure Portal and how you can take advantage of them to be more productive. In the first video I am showing how you can change the themes.

Tagi: Azure
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[EN] Azure Portal Tips & Tricks – 01. Themes

Web 1186 dni, 38 minut temu jj09 16 źrodło rozwiń

tl;dr This post is a list of resources for learning F# and overview of my mini-project: Stock Estimator.

Tagi: F#
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[EN] Getting started with F#

Sztuka programowania 1195 dni, 10 godzin, 27 minut temu jj09 73 źrodło rozwiń

Soft Skills: The Software Developer’s Life Manual by Jon Sonmez is a great set of advises about every aspect of programmer’s career and life. Take a look at the book content...

Tagi: kariera, recenzja
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[EN] Soft Skills by John Sonmez

Inne 1208 dni, 12 godzin, 55 minut temu jj09 93 źrodło rozwiń

Last year I had a pleasure to attend and speak at awesome Thunder Plains conference in Oklahoma City. I presented Aurelia Framework: video code slides I really liked this conference. Especially, because instead of having more talks that I could count, there was only 15 sessions (selected out of over 300) divided into 3 tracks. Moreover, all speakers were passionate developers, and you could feel this during their presentations.

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[EN] Thunder Plains 2015

Sztuka programowania 1216 dni, 10 godzin, 43 minuty temu jj09 51 źrodło rozwiń

I work on the new Azure Portal for almost two years now. Two months ago I gave a talk about this largest SPA in the World at NDC London. In addition to my talk, I also gave an interview for .NET Rocks Podcast – Building the Azure Portal – where together with Carl and Richard we chat about different aspects of building, managing, and using this sophisticated web app. Enjoy!

Tagi: Azure, JavaScript
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[EN] .NET Rocks Podcast: Building the Azure Portal

Web 1224 dni, 11 godzin, 39 minut temu jj09 36 źrodło rozwiń

Last month I presented how to take advantage of Speech Recognition in the Browser at SeattleJS meetup. Google Chrome is still the only one browser that supports recognizing speech with WebSpeech API, but since last month Microsoft Edge team has adding WebSpeech API in their backlog. In this session I’m showing how to use the raw, browser API, and also how to easily add voice commands to your website with my voiceCmdr library...

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[EN] Speech Recognition in the Browser at SeattleJS

Web 1229 dni, 22 godziny, 58 minut temu jj09 35 źrodło rozwiń

Last month I had a pleasure to speak about the Azure Portal architecture and Speech Recognition in the Browser at NDC London conference. Check the video from my talk and list of recommended talks!

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[EN] NDC London 2016 – Azure Portal and recommended talks

Web 1237 dni, 11 godzin, 41 minut temu jj09 24 źrodło rozwiń

This blog post is an overview of testing focus behavior in web browser. During the work on Azure Portal I spent quite a bit of time on ensuring rich keyboard support. This requires appropriate focus management. When user press some keyboard shortcut, the focus should move to appropriate element. Focus behavior should be also tested very succinctly. As it is very easy to change (break) with even the smallest change in the HTML or JavaScript.

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[EN] Testing focus in JavaScript

Web 1262 dni, 11 godzin, 30 minut temu jj09 58 źrodło rozwiń

During this Christmas time I had an reflection about being nice vs being honest (aka being an a**hole)...

Tagi: komunikacja
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[EN] Do not take this personal

Inne 1293 dni, 12 godzin, 25 minut temu jj09 183 źrodło rozwiń

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