Blog - #bash

  • Monthly digest – February 2018

    I'm a little late with this monthly digest but February is just too short... so, here we go!

  • This month I learned - October 2017

    October has been a very busy month for me. I spoke at five events including RuhrJS and JSConf Budapest and oh well... I had such an excellent time with wonderful people. 😊 Thanks everybody!

    That said I hadn't had much time to read all the things that flodded my inbox but I think that's okay. At least I made it up to three learnings in October. Enjoy!

  • This month I learned - September 2017

    Whooop whooop! 🎉 Another month is over and, oh well... it was a very busy month. I've given a new talk on the great combination of JS components and structured content in Stockholm, met a bunch of great people and was working on a new project which hopefully will be published soon. ;)

    And of course, I kept track of my learnings and web dev findings. So here we go!

  • This month I learned - August 2017

    August was a busy month. I've been to the US but also had some time to read all the articles that have been open in my browser for ages. "This month I learned August" includes learnings covering the shell, git and JavaScript. Have fun!

  • This month I learned - July 2017

    July was quite an exciting month and I had some good learnings too! I had four big learnings which cover Unicode and the shell. Enjoy!

  • How to quick access API responses with curl and jq

    Productivity plays a significant role in the technology driven world we’re living in. I still remember when I started programming seeing the senior devs being all about shortcuts and little helper programs. It was (and still is) all about ways to do more with less.