Don't just "docker-compose up"

Chances are that you are working on a containerized stack. Whether you built it yourself or joined a company and found one there, you are probably using to replicate a local development environment as close to the production as possible. (In case… »

Disagree and commit

More than a few times, a recruiter or a company's representative that I am interviewing with will ask me a particular question (among others of course). The question is: "Tell me about a situation where you were disagreeing with other people on the… »

Progressive JavaScript Linting

Linting and auto-formatting are a well known process among JavaScript developers, although due to the lack of a standard tool, lots of folks are not aware of it. While a linter analyzes your code and warns you for potential issues, a formatter can… »

Async/await - A thorough example

With the eighth (8) version of Node.js becoming an LTS, I think that this is a good time to consider switching to it and enjoy the awesome new async/await feature that will help us move away to an even more readable and synchronous flow. Promises… »

Serverless Demystified

This post will be an attempt for me to start talking about the, all heard about it, serverless thing. I have been working with a serverless architecture on top of AWS for the last few months and I am feeling like I have a complete picture about it… »