Front end development, maybe occasional rants and music.
This decorator is not listening to a scroll event, as that is the performance killer (especially when you push it to react lifecycle). Instead, it is using interval to check if scroll position has changed. To keep it performant, I’m using
requestAnimationFrame. Interval is only there to throttle animation frame from triggering too often.
Friends of mine from the band Time Pills opensourced bunch of their tracks. You can find them on GitHub. They are looking forward to creative people remixing their them and sharing it with the world. So go nuts!
Repo contains all of the tracks, stems, presets, loops and even midi files.
Be sure to check them on SoundCloud as well.
Another tech meetup coming up. This time we have three great talks about engineering and project planning. We also have a special guest - IT girls team.
The IT Girls team will share their advances in promoting the professional development of women in technology in Serbia.
This one will be held on Tuesday, May 16th at Impact Hub Belgrade. See you there!
Check the details and sign up at meetup.com page.
Docker IRL, Miloš Pavlićević
Find out how to incorporate Docker into your deployment/delivery process, with images! (pun intended)
Introduction to React Native, Zeh Fernando
We had last minute change, and replaced Nemanja’s talk (Plan Smart) with Zeh’s great introduction to React Native.
Post will updated with photos
Just a short one. I want to share a simple command to display nicer
git log in the terminal.
git log has
--pretty=format option built-in, we are just going to pass formatting to it.
git log --graph --pretty=format:'%Cred%h%Creset -%C(yellow)%d%Creset %s %Cgreen(%cr) %C(bold blue)<%an>%Creset'
And it looks like this:
Then add it to your
.bash_profile as an alias (I’m using
glog) and that’s it.
alias glog="git log --graph --pretty=format:'%Cred%h%Creset -%C(yellow)%d%Creset %s %Cgreen(%cr) %C(bold blue)<%an>%Creset'"
I started leading teams relatively early in my career. Mentoring and leading younger developers is something I tremendously enjoy. But there is one thing I really miss about being a “regular” developer.
And that is - being able to put my headphones, play some rock ‘n’ roll, and code for a couple of hours without any distractions.
Something that is almost impossible today. I’m not complaining, but the truth is that I really miss it. Luckily, I can fulfill my geek needs working on pet projects.