Nikki 0.25.1: let’s play with the filesystem!

In the last 24 hours I rolled out some changes I actually personally needed to get way more productive than ever on nikki, and leave my old-school IDE turned off.

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Nikki 0.19.1: awesomeness won’t stop

Given it’s Ramadan and we have some spare time at the end of the day, I’m getting the chance to be quite active with the development of Nikki.

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History of HTTP, SPDY and HTTP/2.0 - Video

…and the folks from the CakeFest ended up uploading my 2nd talk at the conference as well.

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Tips and tricks for your Service Oriented Architecture - Video

The folks from the CakeFest got to upload the video of my first talk at the 2013 edition of their conference online.

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Planning to write long-term APIs? @cirpo and me shared our experience

A few weeks ago @cirpo and me flew back to Italy to partecipate to the 2014 edition of the PHPDay in Verona, sharing our experience building APIs.

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The 5 golden rules when writing open source software

There you are, you just opened your laptop and got the inspiration to write a bunch of code and release it open-source: sounds quite simple and easy, but you should always keep in mind a few rules that are going to boost your “creature” before releasing it to the public.

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Nikki v0.16.5: first issues ahead

Today I migrated all the possible issues I knew from nikki’s README to github’s issues, and started addressing the first few of them.

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Last weekend I wrote an IDE. In JavaScript.

In the past days I’ve been spending some hours on a project I had in mind since a while, and finally got to roll out something I am already using on a daily basis: a fast IDE that runs within a browser.

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Use a custom HTTP status code for your apps’ healthchecks

To have systems up & running is something, but to have them healthy it’s another story.

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Increase mobile performances by implementing transparent redirects

Most of you are aware that one of the biggest problems while developing mobile apps / websites, is the reduced bandwidth / connectivity that the user has on his phone compared to traditional devices connected to a solid WiFi or via cable.

How can you actually improve connectivity to the app? There are tricks to improve performances, like transparent redirects.

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