Alejandro wrote in with an interesting piece of a tutorial having the same problem as my client.
*”Last week i was reading about Google Sing-In in with Spring Social and one article that I read had exactly this problem: http://littlebigextra.com/part-1-authorising-user-using-spring-social-google-facebook-and-linkedin-and-spring-security/
I didn't write on Friday. No, I did not forget it. Actually, I planned t for the afternoon, right after I fix a bug in the job platform. While the deployment was running, I check my email and got an urgent help call, which basically was like "We got a huge problem in our self-coded portal with Spring Boot, and can't find the problem. Can you help?"
Sure, I did and so part of my weekend :-)
It started as a short tutorial app for you guys and moved on to become an own product. Let's see if that works. However, today I'll share with you what I learned this time.
The purpose was to learn a new thing, building something simple with a spreadsheet.
Last Update May 2018
Thanks to the nice feedback i got for 2D Game Engines for Python i decided to compile a list of 2d and 3d game development possibilities with Python i found so far. It might not be complete, but i’ll maintain the list from time to time when i find new engines or get tips from you. Your feedback is generally very appreciated.
Strangely, I am a bit obsessed with spreadsheet usage recently. They have their place and time to be used. And they can be a bad solution, becoming a maintenance nightmare. I believe those situations are a good opportunity for generating new business. Or starting out with your own.
For a dev the complexity of tech counts. For some, it is the most important. Yet, it is meaningless without business context; mostly aside free fun coding.
To one of my last emails reader B chimed in and I got the permission to share parts of it. However, she wants to stay anonymous, which I’ll respect.
I read an interesting article and thought I’d share it with you. It is about the problem with online courses, but can also be applied to other material online, even tutorials. It’s talking about art classes as the author is an art instructor but the problem applies to other fields too. Art is interestingly close to coding. Try reading it and substitute art or design with code and I bet it still makes sense :-)
One thing disturbs me a bit in the dev communities. It’s a similar problem I also notice in other professions. People want everything right now. They don’t want to wait. They want the result. Now, better even yesterday.