A static website is better.

Yes, you read that right: a static website is better. Now take a deep breath and follow me. To read this post you’ve politely asked your browser to fetch data from a url. This has triggered a chain of servers up to the one hosting this blog which has identified the right php script to […]

How I used Travis CI to deploy Barfer on Azure

Ok this time I want to talk a little bit about how I used Travis CI to deploy Barfer on Azure. Last time I mentioned how much helped having a Continuous Delivery system up and running so I thought it would be worth expanding a little bit the concept. Some of you may say: “Azure […]

#hashtags just landed on #Barfer!

Yeah I know, I blogged yesterday. I probably have too much spare time these days (my wife is abroad for a while) and Barfer has become some kind of obsession. You don’t know what Barfer is? Well go immediately check my last article. Don’t worry, I’ll wait here. So the new shiny things are #hashtags! Yeah, […]

I’m becoming a Barfer!

More than a month! My last post on this blog was more than one month ago. I should write more often. No wait let me rephrase that: I should write on this blog more often. Why? How I spent my last month? Barfing, here’s how! Ok, let’s add more details. A while ago I decided it […]

Data pagination with NodeJS and React

TL;DR: here’s the link to the GitHub repo. Some time ago, in one of my articles I showed a way to paginate your data using WebAPI on the server and AngularJS on client-side. Funnily enough I wrote that post exactly two years ago, I just noticed it while writing this. Well, turns out a lot […]

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