One of these mornings, in need of generating images with “copyable” text with Node, I had the chance to play around with RaphaelJS.Read on →
For the past six months (right after the DockerCon) I have been constantly taking some time out to play around with Go, trying to understand why a lot of new tools were being written in this interesting language, especially in the DevOps world.Read on →
Today I celebrate my third birthday at Namshi, 3 long, long years that represent an amazing journey in my life.
There are so many moments I will remember forever, many positive ones, few negative ones, a lot of excitement and huge growth, both from a personal and professional perspective. There are very few things I regret and I’m honestly proud of that.Read on →
The long battle is over :)
In the past 5 years, mobile devices have taken the world by storm, creating new opportunities for both consumers and vendors: truth is, the landscape of mobile development still looks very immature and we should be prepared to see a radical change in the next 2 to 5 years.Read on →
This post is part of the ”OrientDB 101” series, derived from a previous work started in 2013/2014: some information might be outdated, but the core of this series should still be intact.
Here is a list of all the articles in this series:
In the previous post of this series we saw a few features that make NoSQL storage engines different from RDBMS and we anticipated that OrientDB goes beyond both relational and non-relational system.
What makes this document-oriented NoSQL graph database so different from other non-traditional engines?Read on →
It’s been a very short while since we landed in 2015, but the technology scene is already taking shape: here I’d like to point at some of the technologies that you should definitely keep an eye on this year.Read on →
Since I recently bumped again into this,
I thought it might be worth sharing with
everyone what happens when you
in Python’s REPL.