Yesterday I did my first ever technical presentation at Code District meetup on fundamentals of React.js library, which my team have been using in production for about 14 months now. Below is the slideshow for my presentation: I appreciate Phillip North for inviting me to speak at this meetup.
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In this and following posts I will talk about some of the stuggles I had (and continue to have) with taking my projects off the ground. I will talk about two: Itemscope and the Bra Dryer. I’ll talk about big ideas and big failures to execute. First, the Itemscope. Originally I came up with the… Read more »
It’s been 4.5 months since my last post — some of the busiest time ever. Now, after 3 trips to Eastern Europe, Teradek R&D office in Odessa, Ukraine has become a reality, counting 1 UI/UX designer and 4 software engineers. It’s been quite a learning experience in itself, and I will share about it in latter… Read more »
It so happened that the system I am currently working on has a lot of parts that communicate in asynchronous manner. In part it’s a result of technology choice, in part — of environment in which system operates. All projects I’ve worked on before have been synchronous and fairly straightforward: to each request we always… Read more »
In our application architecture we have multiple servers that handle different types of connections, namely: Requests from web clients (www and REST) over HTTPS Socket.io connections from web clients over HTTPS Socket.io connections from devices TCP connections from proxy servers for devices over TLS Above servers are spawned as processes by a manager app, and… Read more »
Yesterday and today I’ve spent a couple hours debugging an issue with Prometheus ODM. Problem was, while testing by refreshing a page generated by an ODM model, I noticed that events inside current model are fired on all models created prior. Sample log output was like this: about to emit “fobidden” to model_5 403 forbidden…… Read more »
Above: today without this Guru Energy work would be practically impossible. What is your energy source of choice?
I’ve spent about a day working on adding permissions to the model. Here are intermediary conclusions: We need to pass user session to model’s permission checker method is_allowed() in order to know session user roles and other data (e.g. company ID). We need to check permissions and cache results at the same time we initialize model… Read more »