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What is blue-green deployment and why do we need it?

As a growing company, we have decided to switch from externally managed CMS solution towards our own internally managed one. In this article, we will take you through our short journey of providing zero-downtime releases for our CMS in the world, where maintenance windows are [...]

By |September 22nd, 2016|ALL|
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PiBakery example of Raspbian setup on boot

About PiBakery : PiBakery is a Scratch style program that helps you with pre-setup of Raspbian images. For everyone working often with Raspberry Pi's and creating new images of the system, re-installing system lots of times,  will notice it can be sometimes a bit hard [...]

By |September 7th, 2016|ALL|

Search implementation mini-stack

Recently I was investigating what would be a way of implementing custom search in a CMS I am working at the moment, and part of conclusions was quite interesting and I thought it deserves it's own thought as a minor blog post. For getting the [...]

By |September 2nd, 2016|ALL|
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On being a student developer

What are some of the interesting benefits you can get as a student on the world wide web, and how it may concern you as inspired young developer who will become an awesome entrepreneur in no time. Is there something out there lying in the [...]

By |June 2nd, 2016|ALL, News, The Code|
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Keeping it cool

Last time I decided to write a bit my (little) experiences trading in bitcoin. Today I'll pick up where I left, specifically when one wants to find the best practices to enter and exit the market. It often seems easy to get some extra money [...]

By |May 27th, 2016|ALL|
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On Cardboard and VR in general

Today it's time to discuss a bit on VR side. Specifically the Cardboard Google principle one of which is manifested in this Viewmaster which I have been testing at home. Ok by itself VR is absolutely great and interesting, especially the likes of HTC Vive and [...]

By |May 4th, 2016|ALL|
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Programming books I like

The following are some of my books from IT & programming that I really like and found them interesting, for me, personally. Hopefully some other people will find an inspiration and usefulness of it's own in them. I know that majority of them is from [...]

By |April 28th, 2016|ALL, How to, The Code|
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TM1638 Scrolling text on Arduino

The following explanation of the code and how it works and how to connect TM1638 (with led array, display and button array) to Arduino. For IDE and project Initialization I used PlatformIO and due to that and since it makes lots of stuff easier it [...]

By |April 24th, 2016|ALL, Electronics, How to|
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Learn to code through games

CODECOMBAT Cost: Free and Paid version ($9) Teacher support: YES Description:  It's quite cool! Supported languages as seen on the picture are Python, JavaScript, CoffeeScript, Clojure and Lua. It's essentially a proper RPG where you control your character movements through writting the code to avoid [...]

By |April 19th, 2016|ALL, Entertainment, Games, How to, The Code|
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Top 5 Arduino integrated development environments ( IDE )

Original Arduino Software IDE Cost: Free Description:  Default IDE's environment developed by Arduino. Great starting point for beginners and with perfect connector to physical boards and delpoyment of code. Most of Environments use at least a bit of API or connection of Arduino software IDE [...]

By |April 11th, 2016|ALL, How to, The Code|