This is how an HR department found out that I am not qualified to do software by doing a simple test.
Every one is doing code-reviews - of course. But it easy to have different opinions about what a code-review should accomplish.
More an more web pages are using React. This is also true for service providers which you can use to add a specific feature to your web page. Software that you might add using this way may be a chat application, a bug tracker, a video service and so on. So we more commonly will... Continue Reading →
After having worked with the front-end code of hundreds of online shops I feel it is time to blog about them
Post series concerning web performance. This part explains why some commonly used patterns for script loading should be avoided. Quelle: Web Performance 3 – Common patterns that will slow down your scripts
Post series concerning web performance. This part gives some hints how to make a script rendering as fast as possible after having been loaded. Quelle: Web Performance 2 – Make (y)our scripts render as soon as possible
Post series concerning web performance. This part explains why plain script-tags are best for loading scripts as fast as possible. Quelle: Web Performance 1 – Load (y)our scripts as fast as possible
This not a rant! I just want to share some concerns about the quality of the current KDE desktop and its deployment to normal users. I upraded to KDE 5 by upgrading from Fedora 21 to Fedora 22. I did this rapidly on four laptops because I liked the new fresh look. Two of them... Continue Reading →
I like to provide services only via VPN for security reasons. That means a server only accepts connections to a service (e.g. imap, jabber) only from a vpn network and not coming from a really network device. Usually it this is easy to do by configuring a service to just listen on the vpn interface.... Continue Reading →