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Clean code tips - Abstraction and objects

This is the third part of my series of tips about clean code. Here's the list (in progress) names and function arguments comments and formatting abstraction and objects In this article, I'm going to explain how to define classes in order to make your…

How to use HttpRepl to navigate API endpoints

Ever wondered if it's possible to interact with some APIs using the CLI instead of writing a client or using tools like Postman or Insomnia? One of the most used tools is cURL, that you can use to call an endpoint via HTTP and print the result on the…

10 things hiking can teach you as a junior developer

I just finished my holidays. For the first time in my life instead of relaxing and getting a tan on the beach, I spent my summer holidays in the mountains. For sure I won't show a perfect tan in the office this year, because - even though it was…

Clean code tips - comments and formatting

This is the second part of my series of tips about clean code. We'll talk about comments, why many of them are useless or even dangerous, why some are necessary and how to improve your comments. We'll also have a look at why formatting is so…

Clean code tips - names and functions

A few days ago I started (re)reading Clean Code by Robert Martin. It's a fundamental book for programmers, so it worth reading it every once in a while. But this time I decided to share on Twitter some of the tips that I find interesting. If you are…

How to run Google Chrome without CORS

A few days ago I came across a problem: while developing a page I was integrating some external APIs. Those APIs were misconfigured, so running the application on localhost brought me a CORS error. CORS: a reminder Just a reminder of what CORS is…

Few things from .NET Conference Italia 2018

Friday, October 26th, 2018 I attended the .NET Conference in Milan, Italy. It was an event organized by ASP Italia, with the sponsorship of Microsoft and Icubed. The conference was about the news in the .NET world: .NET Core 2.x, Azure, C# 8 and…