Started with a simple REST api , WPF desktop app and some WCF, now we have a full fledged infrastructure. Migration to GraphQl and React web app was done seamlessly,
Kudos guys nice work!
“I was curious about the way computers work since early age. After I broke my computers a number of times, I eventually learned how to put the piece back together. After all these years, the curiosity is still there: from strictly to loosely typed languages, I fell in love with all programming languages alike. They are essentially a tool that helps us communicate with devices, which I still find amazing.”
“Being part of embedded world and then advancing to more high level systems like monolith
solutions and then inevitably to microservice ecosystems, I like to believe that the magic is
happening when these worlds collide.”
“Got a PC when a was 6.. the rest was just the natural learning process. I fixed and
maintained computers and software from that point. Frameworks are like fashion, patterns
are found in all frameworks. Best practices morphing into bad practices. Perspective shift
on data structure changing from relational to object graphs based on the problem solved.
Availability issues, micro services, computing performance, memory pressure and data
integrity.. I`v dealt with the pain of achieving balance in software architecture for last 10
years….and i love it.”
”Entering the programming field later in my carrier unveild me a new universe. Seeing businesses virtualized and automated with so low costs clearly fascinated me. Coding an entire business flow , and then scale it at a key stroke in console line… is and will be since i was a kid… fascinating… and motivating”
“Programming – a simple word that gave me so much headache and so many sleepless nights.
But also, what can be more beautiful than it? I’m passionate by this simple word since my 9th
grade. I like it and I enjoy everything it gives to us. Starting from it’s foundation where we
have to write low level code and to play with the memory hell, and ending with the high level
where we can build an entire virtual world only by reusing the already existent frameworks
and technologies. It is an amazing profession.”
“When I first laid my eyes upon a piece of code, to me it just looked like some arcane magic shrouded in a flimsy layer of logic, with a bit of math sprinkled on top. But as soon as I started studying programming, a new world was opened right before my eyes. A world in which everything is reduced to its simplest possible form, only to be then rebuilt and reshaped in a million different ways in order to provide something useful. And I’ve been loving this sometimes-capricious mistress ever since.”