AsadoDevCulture

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

Argentinians Are the Best in the World

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes If you know an Argentinian you probably heard, more than once, Argentinian X is the best in the world. We are sure our meat is the best, our Pizza is the best, our Ice Cream is the best and our women are the best. What can I say? We are right. The Argentinian meat is …

I love solving problems with code

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes I think that’s the main reason I love programming and I became a Software Engineer. When I’m facing a problem, no matter how difficult or simple it is, my mind first thinks how to solve this issue with a piece of code. One example is a watering system I wanted to build for my porch. …

Escape Rooms! Outside the box thinking and Teamwork

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes In the last few years the concept of Escape Rooms began to trend. As a lover of riddles and games, I immediately felt in love with the idea. To this day I did 53 rooms, most of them in Israel but I also played in Argentina, Amsterdam, Rome, Barcelona, Cyprus and more. I even beat …

Try to learn something new in every occasion

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes There once was a man that preyed everyday to God and ask to win the lottery. Every single day the man would prey the same prayer. He did everything according to his religion, he was a good man and always helped others, but he never won the lottery. When he died and got to Heaven, …

I helped someone with MS Office Word searching Google

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes The Word Problem A few weeks ago something pretty unusual happened in my work. An employee in my company sent an email to everyone asking for help with MS Office Word. I looked him up and found out he works in a non-technological department. Worried I wouldn’t be able to help him, I responded to …

How to: Work – Life Balance

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 5 minutes The 2020 Pandemic In February 2020 a global Pandemic emerged. At first, in December 2019 we started hearing about cases of an unknown virus from the Coronavirus family in China. The cases appeared later that month in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam… And then in Italy. From Italy it was a matter of days until it appeared …

Invest in yourself – Time and Money

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes The main reason I wanted to create this blog, like I wrote in the first post, is to help others with my experience. One way to improve is to invest in yourself. Many people don’t see it this way, but when you pay for courses, a degree or even when you buy yourself a new computer, …

Writing Open Source code for .Net Core

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 4 minutes One of the disadvantages we rapidly recognized when thinking about making the system out of MicroServices, was how to manage each MS configuration. At first we thought of creating a MS that will be the Configuration Distributor. It would work like this: It would expose a REST API that each MS can access, and in …

POC unknown territories

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 3 minutes When creating a new system most of the infrastructure and technologies are well known to the team. At least that’s been going on for me for the last systems we’ve built. Most of the parts are well known, but what about those dark shadowy places? We started a new system a few months ago (I …

VM for the RD!

DateTime.AfterPost – DateTime.Now = 6 minutes One of the first things I learned when I started to work was how to debug. While studying I just run the program (F5 in visual studio) and hit some breakpoints when needed. I could play with the order of execution, go back and re-run, change some values on the fly and more. I didn’t …