Majdnem 3 kilónyi húsból, úgyhogy három tasakban készült: egyben só+paprika, másikban só+bors, harmadikban szójaszósz+tabasco+méz fűszerezéssel. Elkészülés után barbecue szósz, majd maximumra tekert elektromos sütőben 5-10 perc. Nagyon omlós, csontról leeső, klassz textúrájú eredmény, azonnal elfogyott.
Together with Alex, Keki and Zoli I had the chance to attend this year's Stretch Conf. In short, it's a 2-day "leadership and management conference", but I'd recommend it to everyone interested in self-motivation, self-consciousness, self-organization and related fields. It was an inspiring event. Therefore, I decided…
1-2 ezer ember vonulhatott szombat délután a belvárosban, az ürügy ezúttal a Pedagógusok Szakszervezete által szervezett Mentsük meg az oktatást! volt. Ürügy, írom, mert úgy érzem, sokaknak annyira elegük van, hogy bármilyen kormányellenes tüntetésre elmennek.
Ez Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert friss rövidfilmje (itt egy korábbi videóklipjük), ha tehetitek, szerintem ne munka közben nézzétek.
Ez itt most nem egy gasztronáci felhívás, nem az a baj, hogy valami különösen ízletes részét távolítaná el a víz a csirkének. Ennél – ha lehet! – sokkal fontosabb oka van annak, hogy miért nem szabad soha megmosni a nyers csirkehúst.
I unfortunately missed the first few minutes of this already very short talk, so I couldn't make much sense of the rest at first, but after checking the project's site it sounds really exciting. The concept in short is that small teams of developers write robots who compete in poker tournaments. Their code in master…
Chris Atherton's talk started from the concept that progress happens when you're uncomfortable, because you clearly feel the need to improve. From here, she took us through her experiences in UX development, mostly concentrating on the iterative testing process.
Jutta Eckstein's talk was so far the least technical to me - technical being in the context of software development. She was approaching management-problems, and I could maybe say, she applied agile concepts to this area - which was really refreshing actually.
A thorough introduction of continuous delivery from Stas Zvinyatskovsky (Yahoo!). If you're releasing once a quarter (month (week!)) and are frustrated about it, watching his talk would be 45 minutes very well spent.
Chad Fowler kicked off the second day with a talk full of personal stories: his journey from being a professional saxophone player through this:
Bruce Eckel is a veteran in the industry, so his presentation packed with tips and suggestions could be valuable to anyone responsible for a development team.
Another really entertaining talk, this time from Dan North. Lots of great advice for aspiring developers. Nothing language- or platform-specific, but very general howto-like guidance on the journey to mastery in basically almost anything.
Daniel Posh from Addepar did a really good job evangelizing this - at least to me - still pretty niche topic. Very entertaining and approachable talk showing the current state of web client-based cryptography. It's actually more advanced than I thought, for example: at scramble.io the login encrypts the password in…
I'd actually turn the title of this talk around: it's never too early to fight your legacy. Máté Nádasdi from Ustream did a thorough walkthrough of the process of cleaning up their frontend mess and creating a nice, layered, modularized, testable codebase that's ready for continuous integration.
Well, this title was a bit misleading to me first, when Anna Obukhova jumped right into how the brain works and what you need to have constant willpower (sugar and more importantly: lysine, a lot). But eventually we circled back to what these mean to people, and how these biological findings could be used in…
Some of us from Kinja Tech are attending the first Craft Conference. Check the site if you couldn't make it, UStream is broadcasting the event, and talks will be available to watch later too. We'll be doing a few posts here on tech.kinja about interesting talks.
Wow this is great!