and you should be aware of. Yes, you. It is one we all have committed.
Building a production system with a deadline in a tech stack almost nobody on the team knows. Just because, one little dev guy wanted to use it.
In this tutorial, we are going to build a simple web application using Spring Boot which will render the content of a Google Sheet spreadsheet in a web page and also display them on a Google Map.
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.