I write blog posts about things I find interesting, things I'm working on, or about problems I've faced with the solution I found.
Development sprint workflows
During development sprints, you plan work that needs to be completed by the end of the sprint, and you try to leave some extra room for bugs that might occur and need to be fixed. This post describes how I plan to use time more efficiently and to keep developers focused on their task at hand during sprints.
Posted on: November 5th, 2018
How I made working on my side project more enjoyable and rewarding
For the past four years I’ve been working on a side project called PunchlistHero, (the new “stable” version will be released in two weeks) and I think it’s still very interesting and it helps me to learn new things about marketing and programming. But how do I find the time to really work on it?
Posted on: October 17th, 2018
Apache Solr tips for beginners like me
While learning how to use Solr, I’ve come across many things I would’ve like to have known beforehand. So this post is a collection of things that I’ve encountered (and will encounter) that some of you might find helpful to have a solution for as well.
Posted on: August 6th, 2018
Sharing the UI router between AngularJS and Angular 6
While migrating AngularJS to Angular v6, I’ve come to the point where I start to convert entire pages to Angular. For this to work you can downgrade the entire page to an AngularJS directive and component and inject it into the AngularJS UI Router, or you can use a wonderful package I’ve found. Let’s use that package!
Posted on: July 22nd, 2018
Sharing state between AngularJS and Angular v6 with Redux
In my previous post, about building a hybrid application with AngularJS and Angular v6, I set up the basics of having a working application. But what happens when some actions in one of the frameworks affect the state in the other? Bring in Redux, the centralized state manager.
Posted on: July 4th, 2018
AngularJS + Angular (v6) hybrid (finally!)
After 2.5 years it's finally time to make this happen! We're upgrading an AngularJS application to Angular (v6+). Follow along and by the end you'll have a working hybrid application.
Posted on: June 1st, 2018