If you’re trying to run Docker without having direct access to web you have to configure daemon to use proxy server. Without it you won’t be able to pull or push any image. Simple daemon check will end with failure.
Dear diary, after few days of research, tests and implementation I ended up with Symfony-based MVP that handle basic integration with Magneto API.
Dear diary, Shoplifter turned out to be a dead end. After couple of weeks of getting deeper into it, management said it would be better to focus on Magneto rather than anything else that is barely visible on market. Also the only client interested in Shoplifter resigned :/
Cryptography is everywhere. Securing data, connections, authorizations, anonymity, cryptocurrency, blockchain. Everywhere. Lately I’ve been digging into cryptography and found out that I know nothing about it. Or not as much as I thought. As for myself cryptography was underestimate and at least used incorrectly. I’m going to share my journey with cryptography, but please take […]
Dear diary, looks like my adventure with Magneto ends before it starts. Michael – CEO – came and told me that they want to try new platform – Shoplifter. This is some german E-commerce engine they want me to try out and learn. We’re about to get a partnership with Shoplifter so this sounds like […]
Dear diary. First day of my work at Timid Limited has finished. I must say that I wasn’t expecting what I experienced.
Dear diary, it’s been a while since we’ve talk. Last week I’ve had a final interview in this Timid Limited company. They do e-commerce on Magneto. I’ve talked to them month ago and thought that they forgot about me. Looks like my lack of knowledge in Magneto ain’t an issue. CTO told me, they want […]
Recently I was thinking about when developer can be called a senior.
Get certification, they said. You will prove your knowledge, they said. Certifications can only prove knowledge and I think that this is only a tip of an iceberg.
In software companies, development is the real core of business. However, many companies ignore this fact. Most often I encounter this problem in agencies that do not realize or ignore the fact that the quality of code and work matters. Recently I’ve been thinking about organizing software development in proper and efficient way.