AsadoDevCulture

A blog about food, development and what's between them

A whole post about logging? Hell Yeah

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 8 minutes Introduction When I started programming, logging was obviously not in my top 10 priorities. It wasn’t even on the list. In fact, I didn’t know what logging was. All I knew was to `cout` or `Console.WriteLine`, and it was enough. Then I began to work. I understood very rapidly that logs are important. What you …

Docker – Started from the bottom now we here

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes My Introduction to Docker My team has decided to transition from Windows Services to Docker Containers. We’ll move to Linux and make all our new systems containerized. Very futuristic! I was in charge of checking the Docker world from scratch and figuring out how easy it would be to make the transition. To make this POC I …

(Not) Using Docker on Windows

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes I’m a Windows Boy    That’s it, I said it. My first computer was a DOS when I was 4. My father has programmed it to play a game if I write my name and press enter. At age 6 we installed Windows XP and a whole new world appeared in front of me. I …

How to host? No, not a website, an event!

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes I love to host. I love to cook, but that you’ve already realized. I love to prepare food for people I love.  It’s not easy. It takes practice to love it. At first, hosting is a burden. Clean up your place, buy all the stuff you need, prepare the food and more and more… For …

Entering another developer’s code

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes It’s been a while since the last time I wrote! A lot has happened, I got engaged for example (claps claps)! We seem to be at the end of our Coronavirus journey here in Israel, and it wasn’t a fun ride.           Today I want to write about something that has …

The Six Steps of Working with a New Product

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes We’ve been all through them. Not always in this particular order. We sometimes skip a step or two. Working with a new product is hard. You enter a new world where you are a noob and need a lot of help to make your first steps. This can be a new language, a new framework …

New Fresh Pair of Eyes

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes There are many manuals and tutorials around about this “phenomenon”: Rubber Duck Debugging. Don’t worry, this is not gonna be another one. A few words about it just in case you don’t know what I’m talking about.. Rubber Duck Debugging (RDD) is a debugging method that doesn’t have anything to do with technology, it works …

DevOps Intro

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes This is a guest post by my dear friend – A DevOps (yes, they are friendly). Enjoy!   Hi everyone there over the internet! This is my very first post online, so I’m excited for the exposure I get here.Let me start with a short story… Once upon a time Once upon a time in …

Entering the world of development

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 2 minutes A few days ago a friend approached me and asked me, in his way, how to become a developer. Not how to write code, but how to work as a developer. There is no doubt the job itself has many advantages. Starting from the salary, of course, and ending with the conditions and responsibility. His …

Find yourself a Hobby

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes A few months ago I came alone this tweet: As a web developer, you have 3 non-electronic hobbies you can choose from: WoodworkingGardening Biking That's it, sorry I don't make the rules — Andrew Schmelyun (@aschmelyun) July 26, 2020 And I have two things to say: I would have added guitar and cooking to the …