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Adam Nagy
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I am the luckiest person in the world. I can be myself.
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Spring framework
Although I'm working with Spring on a daily basis, sometimes it's good to revisit the basics of a framework / concept. So I did, and here are my notes. Cheers! Configuring the Application Context Inversion of Control AKA Dependency Injection Objects are inj...
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Udemy Docker notes
I was doing a course on Docker at Udemy ( https://www.udemy.com/docker-mastery/ ), here are my notes about it. Kudos to Brett Fisher (https://twitter.com/bretfisher) who has done an amazing job creating this course. Thanks! http://labs.play-with-docker.com ...
Udemy Docker notes
Udemy Docker notes
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React portals!
React 16 is here! This new version is extremely interesting not just because it has some new cool features, but it's a complete rewrite from the start ! It's fascinating how well TDD (Test Driven Development) can work in real-lief, huge projects like React ...
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React beginner assignment
Sometimes I do computer science teaching and get stuck how to do it properly. I like to give a small theoretical sum of what a lesson is about but then immedately give an exercise where the candidate can try out the new concepts. This time I was asked to gi...
React beginner assignment
React beginner assignment
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Understanding JWT
Using JWT-s is a widely accepted way of authentication. The reason why JWT-s are used is to prove that the sent data was actually created by an authentic source. This means the client will get this token which is signed somehow with a secret (stay tuned) an...
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Writing your own container in Go
This artice is about creating a tool which is like Docker , but much more simplified. First of all, why do we need containers? I like to think about containers as separate little planets who live in a universe. There is a planet for database management, oth...
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Favorite logical puzzles
This topic is a bit related to my JavaScript interview questions post, because I think it is a very good test to see how a candidate relates to a so called 'difficult' problem. If she just freezes, it is a bad sign, but if she starts to cover the options, t...
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React Redux notes
I've started to work on a project where the frontend is using React with Redux and I thought it would make sense to collect all the confusing parts of this ecosystem which made me think about something twice or more. Enjoy! First of all here are the present...
React Redux notes
React Redux notes
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A bit of lambda calculus
Lately I have been messing around with functional programming. I find it extremely pure and scalable. But I wanted to get back to the core of it and suddenly I found myself in the deep forests of lambda calculus. This article is going to cover what I learne...
A bit of lambda calculus
A bit of lambda calculus
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Demistfying co
I always wondered why generator functions are included in the JS language, and still don't see why they are very powerful. However one of the key reasons I still think they are a needed step for the evolution of the language is the use-case of this very art...
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