Has it ever happened to you that you got so much into the work that hours were passing by as if they were just minutes? I’ve been there countless times while developing software. I’ve heard about it from other developers. It was called by various names – being in the zone, the state of flow, etc. Working like this without any distractions might seem as a very productive time, but in my experience, it often isn’t.Continue reading “Pomodoro for developers – no more “where did the afternoon go?””
In Python web framework Django there is an option to create custom commands to run some scripts for your website from console. In this post I’ll look at a particularly slow command from our adaptive learning system library proso-apps and what I did to make it faster.
I’ve recently hit that point with a document portal I’m working on at Red Hat, so I went to look out for how to do some profiling of grunt and how to speed it up. While there are some articles and stackoverflows about the topic, neither of them contained all that I needed, so the purpose of this blog post is to give you a digest with all information in one place.
Here I am, going into the business of blog posting as advised by John Sonmez in his Blogging Course. What will it be about? I have no idea, so far. Or I have many different ideas but none of them seems very good and capable of providing enough topics for many blog posts. So, we’ll see. Either way it will have something to do with programming and software.
I’d like to share the experience of starting the blog. Mainly it was about two things: