Author: Dariusz Pawlukiewicz

Ciemna strona mikroserwisów

Mikroserwisy to temat, który w moim odczuciu jest nadal bardzo popularny na wszelkiego rodzaju meetupach, czy konferencjach porgramistycznych (sam się do tego poniekąd przyczyniam). Implikacją tego jest fakt , że wielu programistów odchodzi od oklepanych i bardzo niemodnych monolitów, na...

Angular 6 – my thoughts

A couple weeks ago Piotr Gankiewicz and I decided to add one, last piece to our DShop application before starting recording YouTube course about microservices in .NET Core. Yup, this means you need to wait for it a little longer,...

I was a prisoner of my own blog

I didn’t plan to write this entry but I think it might be reflective to other bloggers. I was a prisoner of my own blog. More precisely, rules I followed when writing a blog. As some of you probably know,...

Programming deload

The more I do weightlifting the more I see similarities to programming. Let me explain this. When you start training at a gym, your body is so „surprised” it adapts to new efforts really quickly. From training to training you...

Creating mobile apps with Thunkable

The following entry is NOT sponsored. There are many programming-related things, I have tried at least once in my life such as web development, desktop development, cloud computing, functional programming, distributed computing, artificial intelligence, IoT, page styling with CSS (sic!)...

Waiting for dependencies in Docker Compose

Not so long ago, I got a quite interesting problem with my docker-compose file which surprisingly turned out to be quite common. In a nutshell, I had several ASP.NET Core applications (yup…microservices) which tried to connect to RabbitMQ queue during...

REST Client – great VSC extension for HTTP requests

Last Wednesday, together with Piotr Gankiewicz, I started series of technical talks about microservices, called „Distributed .NET Core”. The presentation is mainly focused on live demos, each of which covers a different area of the architecture. Because the application we...

Method invocation in C# is tricky

A few days ago, a friend o mine had a very interesting issue with C# code he had written. Let’s take a look:     There are two overloads of the generic method called Bar. The first one accepts a...