Archives: adventures of a junior dev

Ethereum in your browser – a web3.js introduction

Ethereum in your browser – a web3.js introduction

Brief look at the blockchain The blockchain is the base of all cryptocurrencies. It’s like a huge stone wall where all of the crypto transactions are stored. It’s a list of records (blocks) which are linked together using cryptography. The blockchains used by cryptocurrencies are open to the public. Each block contains: A cryptographic hash which links […]

Most Popular Programming Languages according to CodeSignal

Coding practice websites are a great way to get familiar with a new language. For me, they are invaluable not only for giving me tasks to solve, but for letting me see countless other solutions, giving me an opportunity to discover so many language-specific ways of solving the problem. A lot of times you can […]

OAuth2 Tutorial

Intro OAuth2 is a widely used authorization framework enables third-party applications to obtain limited access to a web service and it has been around for some time now. Though it is popular and there are a handful of really helpful introductions and descriptions on the subject, it can be a challenge for someone unfamiliar with […]

Tips and Tricks for Choosing an IT Thesis Topic

#changintheworld #oneappatatime   So, thousands of Hungarian college students turned their theses in last week. It was probably the peak in the middle of a sleep deprived period, as examinations are also still taking place. I decided to save all my key insights from this extraordinarily amazing period of time. (riiiight.) Hopefully it will help […]

Speed Recommendation for Keeping and Manipulating Objects

It is often the case at Wanari that we need to convert objects of one kind to become objects of another kind. This happens because we use different models in the different levels of an application. The question obviously came up: how should we do this? Does it matter what kind of a collection we […]

A Quick Guide to Implement a Cross-Browser AngularJS Pull-to-refresh Directive

What made me do this? As a newbie in frontend development, I have to admit, a few months ago I couldn’t even imagine myself writing my own UI component. In those good days, I just carelessly included other, ready-to-use components and never thought about why and how they really work. Sometimes these plugins caused me […]

Adventures of a First Time Junior Dev

Being on the verge of employment for me was a rather scary situation as a wannabe developer. There were so many doubts in my mind – most of which in retrospect were absolutely irrational. As of now, I’ve been working at Wanari for 3 months. Here I will write about my fears as a student, […]