Using classes to differentiate types in TypeScript

December 5, 2019

I like types and I like TypeScript, mostly because of the types. Even though it does not go as far as I'd like. After going to one interesting talk regarding safe domain in the code base I have an idea to give it a go in TypeScript. This is going to be a short journey in possible options I had to use types to make my code a bit safer.

I have a piece of code that integrates with two APIs, Bitbucket and Jira, and as usual it uses tokens to do it. The idea is to define a type describing token that would not be mixed up. The compiler would tell me if I made a mistake and passed Jira token into function that expects one from Bitbcuket. Tokens are just strings so thefirst option is type alias.

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f-strings and python logging

November 9, 2019

There is one thing that has bothered me for a couple of months. It felt wrong when I saw it in the codebase but I could not tell why it is wrong. It was just a hunch that something is not right, but not enough to make me look for a reason.

For last couple of days I have been struggling to sort out my bot configuration on Azure and decided I need a break from that. Python being something I know best is a good candidate to feel comfortable and in control again.

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Simple lesson from writing my first Elixir app

June 4, 2019

This may be a secret as I didn't mention it here that one of my hobbies is economy. The other one is programming, which is kinda obvious. I enjoy teaching as well, and run Coding Dojo in my town, but this is a story for some other time. These three things, programming, economy, and teaching mixed together with an idea might create something interesting.

Few months ago I have decided to start calculating one economic indicator called Misery Index of Poland. It is simple, easy to understand, and data required to calculate it is available from Polish Bureau of Statistcs(GUS).

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I wrote extension to VS Code

May 22, 2019

I feel comfortable using Spacemacs, it has almost everything I need while I write in Python. Sometimes I use other languages and this forces me to look into Spacemacs' configuration. Spacemacs does it's job but some things are difficult to configure.

So I decided to try and use VS Code for a while instead. It has really good support for Python and other languages. I used it while working on a React Native app or when writing in Typescript. One thing that really interests me is Live Share feature. One can share coding session with anyone by simply sharing a link. Very useful when pair programming, not like Hangouts or Slack.

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Guide on Developing Azure Functions locally

May 17, 2019


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