Staying at home programmer – survival guide!

If you have read (hehe, I know you didn’t :P) the very first post on my blog, you would know that I had about one year break in my, let’s say, ‘career’. For my personality it was quite a challenging and surprising time, but for me as a programmer, it was an extremely tough year. I literally had to fight for each hour spent on writing code so I decided to write down some tips that helped my knowledge and skills (somehow) survive.

And if you think that it doesn’t concern you, just think of a situation when you break an arm or lose your job and couldn’t find another one for longer than 5 minutes (haha, hehe, yeah, that joke is stupid, but I had to write it 😉 ) or decide to stay at home with your newborn. I was in the last situation. Continue Reading

DSP2017, DSP2017 Project

Adding xUnit to my .Net Core app – programming at night sucks!

The last two evenings I reserved for coding. The plan was like this – download all the Polish companies, save them in database and make some functionality in ‘admin area’. But of course first things first – unit tests!

I have to admit, most of the code I write doesn’t have tests. It’s not something I’m proud of but life is life, deadline is deadline – but once again – it’s something that really (really – really!) makes me feel ashamed. So, this time I want to make my pet project properly and write as much unit tests as it’s possible. And I’m really curious if I will stick to this idea till the end of ReMaster. Anyway, forgive me if my tests will be bizarre ;).

Stairway to…

I installed xUnit packages. I wrote a test just for the purpose of checking if everything is fine aaaand… Continue Reading