I enjoy reading about the history of personal computers and the internet. Especially the period of 80th and 90th. As it’s the history of the industry, there is a lot to learn from it. What kind of ideas are working and what aren’t? What makes a software product successful? What makes a software team successful? …

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https://twitter.com/mastersofscale/status/966318967970201600 I was recently listening to an interview on Masters of Scale with Ev Williams. He is the guy who co-founded Blogger, Twitter, and Medium. The episode has many interesting ideas. I will share here, briefly, some thoughts about it. As mentioned in the podcast, it all started when he read an article in Wired …

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As far as I can remember that the most website I liked and I was attached too is Google Reader (Yes Google, still not appreciated shutting it down!). For many people out there and me, RSS/Google Reader was the most comfortable websites/blogs/news following way, You can say that RSS ‘almost’ still alive, And there are …

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One of the common concerns I faced in web/frontend development is libraries like “Angularjs, Bootstrap, JQuery… etc..” loading time, and how that affect on website performance when you need to load several libraries to your website/page.. especially with low internet speed connections. There are many solutions for compressing files and caching from both backend and …

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