Duplicity scp/ssh backup on raspberry Pi

I want to use duplicity to backup my cloud server on Linode (You can use AWS as well or any other provider through which you can scp/ssh). Why I want to use duplicity is also because or partial backups, since the first backup will be full and all continuous ones will be only for the difference in files. Why Raspberry pi? It's cheap, low power and very

By |March 1st, 2017|Categories: ALL, How to, The Code|

Finding faulty commit with git bisect

Recently the problem I have encountered was that the master got broken, possibly due to broken commit. Therefore I was investigating what would be the best and most appropriate way of finding a solution. Git bisect is a tool that uses binary search to find a faulty commit. Without something like this, your only other option is going through each of the commits until you found the

By |February 22nd, 2017|Categories: How to, The Code|

Installing Docker on Linode with WordPress image

After creating your new Debian/Ubuntu instance on your Linode manager console follow following steps. Instance update and docker install 1.) To upgrade your Linux instance with the newest relevant updates, to get our instance up to date (in our case running Ubuntu) . apt-get upgrade apt-get update 2.) There is an issue with Linode and Docker with dependancies, therefore following command needs to be run as well

By |February 17th, 2017|Categories: ALL, How to, The Code|

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 riches of tomorrow? Github developer pack for students: From private Github repositories for free, since you are beloved student, to a year

By |June 2nd, 2016|Categories: ALL, News, The Code|

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 Manning but what can I do, they make really good books in this genre :) Java 8 in Action JAVA developers, unite!

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: ALL, How to, The Code|Tags: , , , , , , |

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 obstacles and collect all the collectibles on the way. CODEINGAME Cost: Free for developers Teacher support: NO Description: This is certainly for

By |April 19th, 2016|Categories: ALL, Entertainment, Games, How to, The Code|Tags: , , , , |

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 to deploy the code to boards themselves. I seriously suggest installing this IDE just in case as an obligatory part of your favourite software choice

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

Antipatterns in software development

Recently I was diving deep into Antipatterns and found them terribly interesting. Here is a list of quite many different sourced possible antipatterns and their wag abound descriptions. Big ball of mud: Simple way of saying it: An apocalyptic mess. It lacks an understandable and coherent architecture, it can happen commonly due to big pressure, unsustainable growth and need to fix it fast and dirty to make it

By |January 11th, 2016|Categories: ALL, News, Science, The Code|

Android Google Vision API project example part 2

In this part of the code we are going in depth of overlays of previews and Google Vision API. The next part of the code will be properly commented so the read out should be easier JAVA part /** * Created by mitola on 22/08/15. */ public class FaceView extends View { private Bitmap mBitmap; // Initi of Bitmap private SparseArray<Face> mFaces; // And Faces

By |November 19th, 2015|Categories: ALL, How to, The Code|

Android Google Vision project example part 1

The following article is an example of using Google Vision API which was recently released by Google. The Vision API is capable of detecting smiles, winks and multiple faces in the picture, as well as providing multiple reference points from which you can define and use your own programmable detections and behaviours. In the following example the smile probability is used together with displaying the camera live

By |November 19th, 2015|Categories: ALL, How to, Science, The Code|