I’ve just purchased my ticket for CakeFest 2016! Feeling super excited … Whoop whoop! :)
I’ve attend quite a few events in the last 15-20 years, ranging from generic TEDx, through startup and entrepreneur, generic technology, web development, PHP, and software specific ones. CakeFest 2014 back in Madrid, Spain was one of the most memorable and is definitely in top 3 of my all time favorites. So I’m excited about the opportunity to do it all over again, this time in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
If you are involved at all with CakePHP framework, I strongly recommend you get your ticket, while it’s still at the “blind bird” price of $150 USD for the two day conference event. If you are very new to CakePHP, you might want to consider the workshops as well, but make sure you do the main conference no matter what.
HipChat blog runs a rather lengthy post on what ChatOps are – “What is ChatOps? A guide to its evolution, adoption & significance“, which provides some insight into how the new generation of teams communicate.
At Qobo, we are at Stage 3 – Gimini, with a whole lot of dedicated rooms (one for each project, and a few more), some workflows (most notably “Hey Leonid, can you merge and deploy this pull request please“, or a shorter “@leonid, please m&d”), and some automation (we get monitoring notifications from Nagios and Zabbix, repository activities from GitHub and BitBucket, as well as do project deployments using slash commands).
We haven’t eliminated email completely, but combined with Redmine project management tool, we’ve significantly decreased the role of unstructured emails in our work.
For those of you with too much time on your hands, here is a nice collection of free documentaries available on YouTube. Let me know in the comments what’s your top 5. You don’t have to stick to this list, by the way.
FOASS gotta be one of the funniest things I’ve seen recently. All we need now are some comments on the API design from all those noisy “this is how you do REST” people. Who, by the way, can f*ck off. :)
Remote debugging on Android with Chrome DevTools sounds like the best thing since sliced bread for anybody involved in web development. TL;DR version:
- There’s no substitute for debugging your site on a real device. Debug browser tabs on your device from your development workspace using remote debugging.
- You don’t have to shift attention between your device and development screens. Use screencasting to display your device’s screen along side your developer tools.
It’s surprising how many people still think of Google as the search engine company. Many even missed the news of the restructuring into the Alphabet Inc. holding last year. Well, here’s a good look at what Google is these days and what they are working on.
See how small of a part the actual Google is on this picture? See how Google is not just about the search engine?
Location: Chesters Bar & Restaurant, Limassol, Cyprus