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The Best Comments of August 2015

I think that the best part of writing a blog is to get comments from my readers. Because I have learned a lot from my readers, I want to “reward” the best comments, help you to learn new things, and (hopefully) encourage people to leave more

The Best Comments of July 2015

I think that the best part of writing a blog is to get comments from my readers. Because I have learned a lot from my readers, I want to “reward” the best comments, help you to learn new things, and (hopefully) encourage people to leave more

We Don’t Have Time to Learn It

There are many good reasons why using a new library, framework, or programming language (later referred as a tool) is not worth it. However, for some reason the most common reason I hear is: We don’t have time to learn how to use it. It is easy to

We Are Gonna Need It

There was a time (not so long ago) when we designed everything before we wrote any code. We gathered the requirements of our application and wrote the requirement specification. We took these requirements and designed an architecture that helped us

My Favorite Blog Posts of 2014

Yesterday I published the list of the most popular blog posts that I wrote in 2014. I also promised to choose my favorite blog posts and publish that list on my blog. This year I decided to select blog posts that helped me to learn something new.

10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2014

The year 2014 is almost over, and this means that it is time to publish the most popular blog posts that I wrote during this year. I selected these blog posts by using Google Analytics. I selected all blog posts that were published during 2014 and