As a generalist in the role of technical project manager, I was working with software projects from many perspectives – system integration, guiding the development, conceiving new solutions.
Integrations of internal and external systems, scalability, system details knowledge, and having the big picture in mind all play a significant part in daily work.
Continue reading “Greentube Internet Entertainment”
I’ve got a Util folder where I keep some utilities, most of them are web-development related, others coming from *nix systems and sorely missing on windows, and some that I made.
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The devices that are taking away our attention are increasingly present in our daily lives. Smartphones, tablets, watches, glasses. This alters human behavior, altering the language as well.
Continue reading “New times, new words”
A list of interesting content at this moment in time.
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The site was born in close cooperation with fantastic people from CHEZ CLICHÉ Tourismus GmbH.
While trying to convey the atmosphere of the luxurious apartments, I tried to introduce a bit of dynamics with subtle animations.
A special challenge was the third-parti API integration.
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I just went through a process of installing the apps that I use every day, after making Gingerbread Ice Cream Sandwich work on my Galaxy S using unofficial guide cyanogen(mod) (damn you, Samsung!) – so here they are.
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The web is full of redirection these days.
(Warning, a bit of a rant going on here)
I read a lot of content on my phone, and started to notice how much I am redirected around. This is something one usually doesn’t notice on a computer, since the connection is much faster, and I guess the browser renders in a different way.
Continue reading “All the levels of redirection”
With increasing use of separate services on the same data, the need for portable data formats aroused.
XML was one of the first widely used, but lately JSON is blooming.
I don’t have a particular bias here, both serve well in appropriate environment, although JSON carrying the same data could result in about 20% size reduction.
So can they be interchangeable? Just recently, I needed to convert XML data into a JSON format for easier consumption on the client.
The fastest and (sometimes) easiest way to process XML to another format is
XSLT. Continue reading “Convert XML to JSON using XSLT”