While coding we meet sometimes one of our deamons: should I refactor what I see? The dilemma: develop as it is or “rewrite” it?
Do operators have to be common between programming languages? Or do we even need symbols for adding numbers together? Let’s look at some weird differences!
In previous week I had to resign from using Kotlin in one of my game projects. By porting the code manually I can point out what I didn’t like about Kotlin. Let’s see few differences between Kotlin and Java.
Forget about Object-Oriented Programming. Look at this flat world built of small data chunks and separated logic. A world easy to refactor. Meet Entity Component Systems.
7th edition but my first attendance. Looks like I know how to pick events because this was another great one. I’ll cover the project, theme and my feelings around me being there, people and organization.
The weekend on 10-11 December this year was a blast. 30+ hours of no sleep, including 24 hours spent on project implementation. Had 3 teammates and lots of fun inbetween. Let’s dive in to my short post mortem about the first edition (hopefully, not last) of Rzethon!
Some people are fascinated about spreadsheets. This lovely type of software was offered in Apple II computer back in 1979. Every cell could contain either data (text, numbers) or formula. What’s so special about it? Formulas are reactive. And that introduces the idea of reactivity.
Let’s have a look at few examples in some experimental technologies touching this idea.
Programistok was a small and short but very pleasure-providing conference. Giving a few words about it and some pictures taken.
So what happened on 01/10/2016 in Białystok?
Co robicie? Bo my knujemy w naszej piwniCZy! ;) pic.twitter.com/QOd6jxh86A
— Programistok (@programistok) August 20, 2016
So (positively) tired of talking to people. Now I shut up for two days. Thanks! #abbdevday
— Namek (@nameczanin) September 16, 2016
I sum up few thoughts from totally personal perspective. Feel welcomed, Explorer.