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  • Interesting links that I found - vol. 2

    This is the second post of my series about things that i found on the internet this week. Coding Baymard Institute - a lot of great…

    #links, #articles3/21/2020

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  • What I learned from redesigning my blog

    When I type into Google I’ve got a lot of links why redesigning your blog can be a great idea for my business. They also are saying if we…

    #css, #html, #redesign3/18/2020

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  • Interesting links that I found - vol. 1

    This is the first of my series about things that I found on the internet this week. Coding When to useMemo and useCallback. This is old…

    #links, #articles3/14/2020

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  • Testing gatsby blog with cypress.io

    In this blog post, I will write about configuring Cypress.io to work with Gatsby.js based blog. Let’s start by installing required packages…

    #gatsby.js, #testing, #e2e, #cypress.io3/7/2020

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  • Today I Learned - query string library have stringifyUrl

    I’ve been using query-string library to create my query string for a long time. Normally I’ve used it as follows: Everything was fine until…

    #til, #javascript3/6/2020

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  • Yup validation - one field required but not both at the same time

    Recently I was working with yup for form validation and I faced the following problem: I have two fields inside my form. I want the user to…

    #yup, #validation, #javascript, #form3/5/2020

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  • Customizing Gatsby Graphql schema

    Recently I was doing redesign of my blog. As you may know, I used Gatsby.js. All in all, it is a very good static site generator but I had…

    #graphql, #schema, #typescript, #codegen, #til3/4/2020

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  • UX/UI Space Wrocław vol.8

    Last week joined the UX/UI Space Wrocław #8 meetup. Below you can find my humble opinion about this event. Before meeting I have to say I’m…

    #meetup, #wroclaw, #ux/ui2/28/2020

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  • CSS in JS patterns

    I have read a lot of articles about CSS in JS. Yet majority of them are just some introductory articles or why having CSS in JS is a nice…

    #css-in-js, #patterns, #css, #javascript2/9/2020

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  • Photo Grid Codepen challenge

    Recently I’ve got an email with invitation for weekly codepen challenge. This time I’ve decided to give it a try as it seems like nice thing…

    #html, #css1/26/2020

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  • Implementing stripe card for fun & profit

    Today I want to write about a little side project that I did recently: what I learned from it, what went good and what went bad. Let’s go…

    #html, #css12/30/2019

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  • What I don’t know about CSS & HTML

    I’ve decided to write this blog post for myself so I can have a clear picture of my progress. I am planning to update this post regularly…

    #html, #css12/10/2019

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  • Career change - developer + designer

    In this blog post, I will write a little bit more about my career plans. It won’t be a tutorial or technical blog post per se. Recently I…

    #developer, #designer, #career_change11/25/2019

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  • Using Xstate with inputs in React

    In this blog post, I want to present how you can use XState to make styling inputs in React which are easier to maintain. You can find the…

    #xstate, #inputs, #react10/27/2019

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  • TIL - IE11 text overflow in flex container

    Imagine that you have flex container. It have of . Inside this container there is a wall of text. In all browsers except ie11 everything…

    #til, #ie1110/12/2019

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  • Explain TypeScript to me

    Hello 👋🏻 Today I going to describe my new side project - ExplainTypeScript. Why “Explain TypeScript to me” - I heard that sentence many…

    #side project, #typescript9/3/2019

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  • Side project with svelte

    I recently found out article on HN about this new cool kid in the JavaScript world - Svelte. As I was reading through the blog post I…

    #svelte, #framework, #javascript7/15/2019

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  • Safari scrolling error

    If you are developing applications for modern web you ultimately run into problems between different browsers. Some of them are fairly easy…

    #safari, #error, #scrolling7/5/2019

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  • TypeScript abstract classes

    Hello, Today I want to give you a blog post about abstract classes in TypeScript. What are they? Why you may need one? Or why you may not…

    #typescript, #abstract, #classes6/25/2019

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  • My first interviews for software developer

    Hello 👋🏻 In a today blog post, I will write about my first interviews for software developer roles without having a CS degree. Background…

    #recruitment, #coding, #interview6/3/2019

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  • TypeScript function overloads

    NOTE: This is cross-post from my newsletter. I publish each email after it’s sent. Subscribe to get more content like this earlier right in…

    #typescript, #function, #overloading5/27/2019

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  • Side project - CSS on blog

    NOTE: This is cross-post from my newsletter. I publish each email after it’s sent. Subscribe to get more content like this earlier right in…

    #side project, #css5/20/2019

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  • Hiding elements with opacity

    Problem Recently I had a task that requires me to show an icon when a user hovers over a certain element and hide it after the user leaves…

    #opacity, #css, #hiding elements4/22/2019

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  • Multiple stow directories

    Hi again 👋 Today I want to write about the problem that I recently had that I solved after a few hours of searching google. It may help…

    #stow, #dotfiles4/15/2019

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  • Open sourcing tsconfig

    Hi again 🖖 Today I want to write about the thing that we did in my work. I currently work at Ingrid. All of your codebases is written in…

    #typescript, #open source, #config4/8/2019

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  • I build a thing - writer mode for VSCode

    Why So I build the thing called writer mode - why? I really like using VSCode for both my coding and writing in markdown. There is zen mode…

    #vscode, #extension, #pet project4/1/2019

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  • TypeScript classes, interfaces and all between

    Hello 👋 What is a better way of explaining classes & interfaces than showing them in action? One of the clever use of classes I saw is this…

    #typescript3/25/2019

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  • On React Render props vs HOC

    Recently one of my colleague at work stumbled upon strange case when using one of the popular react pattern called hoc (high order component…

    #render props, #react, #hoc3/18/2019

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  • Setting up simple React & TypeScript project

    Hello 👋🏻 It’s have been a long time since I last wrote my last blog post. But don’t worry I back and in the first blog post I give you a…

    #typescript, #react, #parcel3/11/2019

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  • How to find blog ideas

    Recently I was a little bit stuck. I did not have any idea about next blog post. I started researching why it happened and it turned out…

    #blog, #writing6/22/2018

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  • Dependency injection in redux-observable

    Imagine that you have following situation: your calls to external api are using helper modules where all request logic lies. For instance…

    #rxjs, #redux, #react, #javascript, #redux-observable6/15/2018

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  • switchMap in redux-observable

    Introduction Recently in my new work, I was working more and more with RxJs. Especially in with redux bindings to RxJs called redux…

    #rxjs, #redux, #react, #javascript, #redux-observable6/2/2018

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  • How to update progress of long request with redux-observable

    Problem I want to send a couple of requests an update a progress after each one is successful. In the end, I want to dispatch success action…

    #rxjs, #redux, #react, #javascript, #redux-observable5/19/2018

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  • How to dispatch multiple actions based on api call in redux-observable

    Problem In my work a have a task - when one of the actions in redux-observable is completed I wanted to dispatch another set of actions. In…

    #rxjs, #redux, #react, #javascript, #redux-observable, #typescript5/11/2018

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  • Lessons learned from coding TM Conference website

    Recently I was less active on my blog mainly because I had a lot of side projects that I was doing. Today I want to share with you lessons…

    #html, #css4/28/2018

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  • Lessons learned from writing pet project in React with Redux

    Today I wanted to write about lessons that I’ve learned during working on my pet project. Let’s get started! When I decided to learn React…

    #javascript, #react, #redux4/21/2018

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  • How design of your API can affect others

    Recently I was working with a library called redux-observable. After using it to write my new epic I opened my devtools to see following…

    #javascript3/18/2018

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  • You don't know promises

    Recently I receive book recommendation. There was one chapter in this book series about Promises that I cannot handle. Examples written…

    #javascript, #promises3/2/2018

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  • Debouncing forms in React with Redux - part three

    Hi! Welcome to the last part of blog series about debouncing forms in React. Today I want to show you how can you add redux to your…

    #javascript, #react, #redux, #debounce2/25/2018

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  • Debouncing forms in React with Redux - part two

    Hello! Today I continue with building debounce input in React!. Let’s get started. What is debounce As you saw in a previous blog post my…

    #javascript, #react, #redux, #debounce2/17/2018

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  • Debouncing forms in React with Redux - part one

    Hi! Today I want to start a new blog post series. This one will be all about debouncing react forms. Let’s get started! Basic react form…

    #javascript, #react, #redux, #debounce2/10/2018

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  • Python Belgrade

    In this blog post, I want to write about my experience with taking at Python Belgrade. Introduction You may ask - why you even write about…

    #meetup, #python, #belgrade1/28/2018

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  • Legacy projects

    Hi! This blog post is mainly for me to remind myself that I can sometimes work with legacy projects. Beginning Recently in my work, I…

    #legacy, #projects1/20/2018

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  • Mutations in Relay Modern

    In this series, I covered various topics starting from setting up Django and ending in Relay queries. There is only one topic to be covered…

    #graphql, #relay, #javascript, #react1/6/2018

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  • Summary of 2017

    Hello! In this blog post, I will write a little bit more what I was able to do in passing 2017. Let’s get started! What I did In this year I…

    #review, #blogging12/29/2017

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  • 100 days of code

    Today I want to write to you about some very interesting idea - coding challenge! Recently while browsing a twitter I found a hashtag. Then…

    #challenge, #100days12/23/2017

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  • Fragments and queries in Relay Modern

    Today I want to cover two points: how to use fragments in relay modern and one of the ways of handling routing and relay. Let’s get started…

    #graphql, #relay, #javascript12/9/2017

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  • Setting up Relay Modern on frontend

    Hello, for such long break I’m back to the Django, React & Relay tutorial! Today I will show you how to setup Relay on the frontend to work…

    #django, #python, #graphql, #relay, #javascript11/25/2017

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  • Javascript Conference Budapest 2017

    Day 1 Until the break, there were four speeches. First about community, open source and licenses. What I got from it is that: use Apache…

    #javascript, #conference11/12/2017

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  • On moving blog to Gatsby.js

    Sometimes it is time to change and I decided to move from Pelican to Gatsby.js. Why I got a problem with Pelican. If I wanted to add custom…

    #blog, #javascript, #react11/4/2017

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  • Debugging python code with wdb

    While I was on PyConPL conference last year I heard about interesting debugger called wdb. Since then I don’t have much chance to find out…

    #debugging, #python10/1/2017

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  • Python imports validation

    Recently a colleague from work presented to me a nice pattern. I immediately decided to write about it. This blog post is all about this…

    #python, #import, #validation, #modules9/24/2017

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  • Moving to Relay in Django backend

    Today I want to talk a little bit more about my next step in developing a GraphQL application. This step is connected with moving backend so…

    #django, #python, #graphql9/3/2017

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  • Monorepo structure for Django & React Applications

    Hello! Today I will guide you through setting up React application with Django! Let’s get started! First thing is where I place my…

    #django, #python, #graphql8/20/2017

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  • Django, GraphQL & React - part two

    In this post, I will guide you through setting up GraphQL with Django. Let’s get started! I will use a library called graphene-django. It…

    #django, #python, #graphql7/30/2017

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  • Solutions reviews

    What are solutions reviews? Why may you need one? Read this blog post to find out! Recently I was listening to the podcast - DevTalk. In one…

    #programming, #review, #code, #solution7/23/2017

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  • Lessons learned from being a mentor

    Last week I was a mentor in two day Python workshop. The main goal of this event was to show people who didn’t have any prior experience…

    #python, #mentoring, #workshop, #geek girls carrots7/15/2017

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  • Django, GraphQL & React - part one

    Hello! Welcome back after a little break - I recently started working on a project that uses GraphQL. Thant’s why I thought that it will be…

    #django, #python, #graphql7/2/2017

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  • Testing React form components

    In this blog post, I will present quick code snippets on how to test your React component. Especially the one that renders the form. My…

    #react, #javascript, #testing, #components, #form6/11/2017

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  • Building python packages for debian

    There are many ways how to build & distribute python packages: pypi, devpi. But if you happen to use debian based OSes you can build python…

    #python, #debian, #ubuntu, #packages, #building, #docker6/4/2017

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  • Chaining promises in JavaScript

    In this blog post, I will present to you how you can chain promises JavaScript. Let’s go! Recently I ended my small side project . I used…

    #javascript, #promise5/28/2017

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  • Django and nginx file proxy - part two

    You have our application up and running but there is a problem. You don’t want the user to see that your media files are served from media…

    #django, #nginx, #python, #proxy5/21/2017

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  • Django and nginx file proxy - part one

    In this blog post series, I will show you how to use Nginx for hiding download urls. Django will serve us as a backend. Let’s go! In this…

    #django, #nginx, #python, #proxy5/14/2017

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  • Don't use defaults

    Recently I bought simple LTE router. While reading through manual I noticed something interesting. Why leaving insecure defaults can be a…

    #opinion5/7/2017

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  • Testing django template tags

    In this blog post I will give you simple example how to test your template tags in django using django testing tools. Let’s get started! How…

    #testing, #django, #templatetags4/23/2017

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  • Testing django mixins

    You may read all these books and tutorials that tell you - test your code! This blog post is to help you test your django mixins. Why is it…

    #testing, #django, #mixins4/9/2017

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  • Callbacks & promises in JS for newbies

    You are a newbie in JavaScript? You want to know a little bit more about asynchronous nature of this language? Join me! Problem I was…

    #javascript, #callbacks, #promises, #newbies, #google maps4/2/2017

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  • On building application using Google Maps API

    This blog post will be about my failure. Failure to understand how javascript works but also what I learned along the way. What I wanted to…

    #javascript, #google maps3/26/2017

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  • New blog series - all roads lead to

    All of us know this saying - all roads lead to Rome. After taking with one of my coworkers about that all roads lead somewhere I decided to…

    #javascript, #google maps3/19/2017

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  • Pomodoro timer - how good was your pomodoro?

    Hello! This week I made the main feature of my pomodoro timer - checking if pomodoro was good or bad. I believe that is one of the ways to…

    #javascript, #pomodoro technique3/12/2017

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  • Pomodoro timer - breaks & localStorage

    Hello! In today blog post I will write what I learn during this week of pomodoro timer development - breaks and localStorage. Breaks for…

    #javascript, #pomodoro technique3/5/2017

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  • Pomodoro timer - notifications

    Welcome! Today I will focus on notifications in JavaScript. Let’s go! Notifications in JavaScript I want my pomodoro timer to run in the…

    #javascript, #pomodoro technique2/26/2017

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  • Pomodoro timer - counting

    Welcome to today’s blog post! This blog post will be about implementing countdown in JavaScript and also about some CSS work I have to do so…

    #javascript, #pomodoro technique2/17/2017

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  • Pomodoro timer - beginning

    From this post I will try to make new a blog post series - documenting my projects. In previous projects like this, I had every time a fixed…

    #javascript, #pomodoro technique2/12/2017

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  • Gunicorn & LRU cache pitfall

    Today I want to write about some interesting situation connected with using python LRU cache in an application that uses gunicorn. What is…

    #python, #lru cache, #gunicorn2/5/2017

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  • Provisioning django application using ansible

    As I recently have opportunity of having a workshop about ansible in my work and I decided to write a blog post on how to provision django…

    #django, #ansible1/29/2017

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  • Transcoding with AWS- part five

    This is the last blog post in this series - the only thing that has to be done is telling the user that file he or she uploads is processed…

    #django, #aws1/22/2017

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  • Transcoding with AWS- part four

    As I have my transcoder up and running now it’s time to let user know that their uploaded files were transcoded. To this occasion I will use…

    #django, #aws1/15/2017

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  • Review of 2016

    Hello in the new year - 2017! I wish you all good things! Today’s post will be about one year of this very blog and other things that I was…

    #blogging, #review1/8/2017

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  • Transcoding with AWS- part three

    I’ve ran transcoder from django application using AWS python API. But there is also one more way to do the same - use AWS Lambda. Today I…

    #django, #aws12/18/2016

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  • Transcoding with AWS- part two

    As I have static and media files integrated with AWS now it’s time to transcode them. In this post, I will write a short example of how to…

    #django, #aws12/11/2016

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  • Transcoding with AWS- part one

    Nowadays moving everything to the cloud becomes more and more popular. A lot of software companies move their technology stack to such…

    #django, #aws12/4/2016

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  • Docker.py- python API for Docker

    Once upon a time I and my friend decided to write an application that helps us doing code kata. The first problem that we faced was how to…

    #python, #docker11/27/2016

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  • Django Girls- Kraków

    As I said many times on this blog I really like teaching others so I can improve myself. That’s why when I heard about Django Girls Kraków I…

    #django, #workshop, #djangogirls11/20/2016

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  • JSON Web Tokens in django application- part four

    When I started this series I have got one comment from my co-worker that instead of authentication JWT can be used to sign one time links…

    #python, #django, #jwt11/13/2016

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  • Django Under The Hood 2016 recap

    From the beginning I really wanted to contribute to Django. I asked a friend of mine- “Do you know where I can start contributing?” She…

    #django, #conference11/6/2016

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  • JSON Web Tokens in django application- part three

    As we have working application now it’s high time to make it more secure by authenticating users. To do this I will use JSON Web Tokens. JWT…

    #python, #django, #jwt10/30/2016

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  • JSON Web Tokens in django application- part two

    In this blog post, I will deal with creating simple Django application for creating tasks using django rest framework. From this blog post…

    #python, #django, #jwt10/23/2016

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  • PyConPL 2016

    This weekend I was on PyConPL conference. This is a short relation from this event. Day 1 I was on a presentation by Marcin Bardź PostgreSQL…

    #python, #conference, #pycon10/16/2016

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  • Microservices in Flask

    I recently gave a talk about microservices in Flask on Wrocpy. This blog post is a translation of that talk into English. Monolithic…

    #flask, #python, #microservices10/9/2016

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  • JSON Web Tokens in django application- part one

    Recently I attended a workshop about web security. During these hours I learnt quite a lot but one thing got my attention- JWT. Based on…

    #python, #django, #jwt10/2/2016

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  • Archives from memory- libarchive

    This blog post is about python wrapper around libarchive and how to use it to generate archive from memory. Libarchive & python-libarchive-c…

    #python, #archive9/25/2016

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  • Python & WebDAV- part two

    In the last post, I set up owncloud with WebDAV server. Now it’s time to use it. Python WebDAV client - easywebdav I was searching for good…

    #python, #webdav9/18/2016

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  • Python & WebDAV- part one

    I must confess I was ignorant. Recently I saw an application done by my colleague at work and it was using python WebDAV client. I was…

    #webdav, #python9/11/2016

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  • Makefiles in python projects

    When I join my current company I saw in their git repos strange file. It wasn’t used by any python code. It just sits in the main directory…

    #python, #make, #makefile9/3/2016

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  • My thoughts on blogging

    This week I decided to write something more about what are reasons I wrote this blog, what I am taking from it so if you want some more…

    #blogging8/26/2016

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  • Factory pattern in python

    What is factory pattern all about? It introduces abstraction. In other words: helps software developers with the problem of creating objects…

    #python, #factory, #design pattern8/7/2016

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  • Design by contract in python- part three

    I covered py.contracts and zope.interface, now it’s time to write about abc module from python standard library. I wanted to write about…

    #python, #design, #contracts7/31/2016

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  • Design by contract in python- part two

    Last time I wrote about py.contracts- today is the time for another python library that helps to design by contracts. This library is called…

    #python, #design, #contracts7/23/2016

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  • Design by contract in python- part one

    What exactly is design by contract? What is good and what is bad in this approach? What are python libraries that provide support for such…

    #python, #design, #contracts7/16/2016

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  • Django application with puppet- part two

    I end first post at the moment of pulling code from git. This text is how to setup additional stuff for geodjango application. It’s a good…

    #django, #puppet7/9/2016

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  • Django application with puppet- part one

    This post is a quick tutorial how to provision geodjango application using puppet. While writing this tutorial I have taken the approach…

    #django, #puppet7/3/2016

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  • Two forms one view in django

    This post is a reference for myself how to do a simple thing like rendering two forms in one view using django framework. How will it be…

    #django, #forms6/26/2016

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  • Ports and Adapters in python - part three

    Next part of my application will be module for saving links to read them later. In the last post, I made a reddit search view for the…

    #django, #python, #design_patterns6/12/2016

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  • Ports and Adapters in python - part two

    Last time I wrote about how to do simple port & adapter in python. In this post, I will show to actually use them. I briefly remind you what…

    #django, #python, #design_patterns6/5/2016

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  • Ports and Adapters in python - part one

    Welcome! Today I’m going to start series about how to use port and adapter design pattern in simple django application. Let me explain a…

    #django, #python, #design_patterns5/22/2016

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  • My first personal project

    Hi, today I wanted to share my thoughts about project that I made called histmag to kindle. Why? I really enjoy reading historical articles…

    #python, #histmag5/14/2016

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  • Mocks and monkeypatching in python

    Hello, in today’s post I will look onto essential part of testing- mocks. First of all, what I want to accomplish here is to give you basic…

    #python, #testing, #mocking4/24/2016

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  • My first workshop experience

    Hello ! In today’s blog post I present my experiences about some workshop that I have the pleasure to conduct. Later as I promised I will…

    #python4/17/2016

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  • Automatic blog deployment with TravisCI

    Hello! Today I will write about how to automate blog deployment using TravisCI with bash scripts. When I first started writing blog using…

    #pelican, #travis, #automation4/9/2016

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  • Moving blog to pelican

    Hello! Spring has come so I decided that I need to changes- so I change my blog engine to pelican. This blog will be about small compassion…

    #pelican, #jekyll, #nikola4/3/2016

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  • Django + Celery & Rabbit - part four

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