When I started to write this weekly I've got so deeply into writing about the error handling use case that I basically just dedicated the whole article to it. So this will be my second attempt just to not break the tradition. You can check out the new article on error handling here. It is basically a practical continuation of the first guide for error handling I've written a year ago.
We have started a new small internal project for automating a few workflows around counting worked hours and time offs. The application is a slack bot on top of node js, TypeScript and PostgreSQL database. We use 3rd party APIs to fetch data about the times which we need to accumulate and process to calculate valuable information to our users.
Another week, another update is here. This week, I have been able to commit to a schedule for my streams. I will keep this schedule onwards. I'll be online on Tuesday and Thursday. The stream starts somewhen between 18:00 to 20:00 CET.
I've been thinking of giving the Weekly series a numbering system. I've come up with the format of
#weekNumber-year. This article is only a second Weekly, but it is published for the sixth week of this year, so it will receive a number
#06-2022. I use my Samsung Galaxy S21 as a camera via DroidCam. I have even bought the DroidCamX, just because it is the only software that successfully allowed me to connect my phone camera with the PC.
Hey dear reader, I'd like to resurrect a series of articles called Weeklys. It's a weekly round-down of things I've learned, discovered, or caught my attention.
I've been interviewed by my friend @zubkka about my current position at The Expert team as an Engineering Manager. We have talked about my journey at sudolabs but also about my early years and how I've got into programming. Please, go check out the interview and let me know what you think. Happy reading!
An automated testing suite for your application is like a feature requirements document. When this suite is passing, it means that the features are delivered correctly as described in the requirements.