If you haven’t done it already, get yourself a Raspberry Pi and install Linux on it

Everyone in software engineering should go through the process of installing an operating system from scratch I don’t care that you don’t have a degree in Computer Science. I don’t care that you learned coding from a six-week boot camp. You may know how to code, but if you don’t know how to troubleshoot your development environment, you are only 30% as productive as you … Continue reading If you haven’t done it already, get yourself a Raspberry Pi and install Linux on it

Design patterns in TypeScript: Chain of Responsibility

In event-driven systems messages produced by one object can be handled by one or more other objects. None of the objects need to know of one another – all they need to share is a common mechanism for distributing messages. Messages are sent from one object to another making them part of a chain. This pattern is called “Chain of Responsibility.” Chain of responsibility in … Continue reading Design patterns in TypeScript: Chain of Responsibility