I guess many of you implement apps using network operations. In most cases we use OkHttp library, usually through Retrofit. One of the nicest features of OkHttp is its caching mechanism. In this post I will go through all relevant steps in caching and explain how it works
The world of prototyping tools has never been so fertile – with a new tool coming out every month. Here is a brief introduction to FramerJS.
In this article I tell you if destroying your infrastructure makes sense, and if it does then how to do it. In the summary I share some technical details about the stack we use in our project with some general information about configuration.
Gradle build system gained its popularity with the native support in Android Studio a while ago. It’s quite powerful but not every developer knows how to use it to their advantage. I can’t really tell that I use all capabilities of gradle but I’ll share what I know. You might like it! Gradle – yay!
It’s one of the common questions asked among node.js developers. I’d like to share my preferences. Read below! Introduction Dependency Injection is a pattern that helps you create loosely coupled codebases. You can swap collaborators and make your code testable. You can do dependency injection without additional libraries. Here’s two common
Testing libraries in production takes time and could be painful. Let me help you with this task! Here is my list of the hottest Android libraries out there!
DockerCon Europe 2015 was a two-day conference in Barcelona. It reflected Docker’s blooming ecosystem and community. This edition was by far the largest Docker-centric event happening in Europe.
Tech Jump is the pilot of mentoring program in Schibsted Tech Polska – Academy project. The idea is to allow people to switch the technology or just to get to know another one.
This article is a very short introduction to Amazon Web Services. It includes a video filmed during the workshops I was teaching at Schibsted Tech Polska.
Everything changes quickly and that’s an obvious fact. It also applies to data. It’s time to ask yourself a very important question: is your analysis as agile as your user? Is it still as shiny and relevant as you thought?
These days microservices are all at rage. Everyone writes “small reusable components”. This is why proper refactoring techniques are still as relevant today as they were couple of years ago.