Pessimism as a Service

Taking human nature into account, rolling with the imperfections of reality, expecting and preparing for the worst pays off tenfold once the projects get serious - Pessimism as a Service in a nutshell.

ReactJS: The Day After

The other day I stumbled upon a funny Onion fake news report of the local man whose one-beer plan went terribly awry. Knowing how I professed undying love to ReactJS in the previous article, and extrapolating from life that after every night on the town comes the morning of reckoning, it is time to revisit... Continue Reading →

Don’t Take Micro-Services Off-Road

Any attempts at nano-services, trying to deploy micro-services manually, using them because they are trendy without real need, or re-using them between multiple systems will result in a disappointment we don’t really need at the moment.

Vive la Révolution App

Whether you are a guy at a reclaimed wood desk overlooking San Francisco's Mission district, or a girl in Africa at a reclaimed computer in a school built by a humanitarian mission, we are approaching the time when what we will only be limited by our creativity, and by our ability to dream and build great apps.

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