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I am famous… Oh, not yet?

So I was checking my daily statistics to make sure that Google bot, Bing bot and Yandex bot checked-in today. And “my oh my” what do I see? hundreds of visits and tens of visitors. “Well, that happened before, when my post got retweeted several times” – I thought to myself. So I decided to check what those visitors are reading.

They were reading ‘/xmlrpc.php’. At this point, I realised I am being attacked. Continue reading

Learning AngularJS, Twitter bootstrap, PS and PSD2HTML

A lot to learn – AngularJS, Twitter Bootstrap, PS, PSD2HTML ,etc.

Cognitive dissonance

In the last few weeks, I’ve been learning a lot about Photoshop, Bootstrap, AngularJS, PSD to HTML, and CSS, and probably a bunch of other stuff that just bounced off my brain.

Learning is awesome. Usually on job training means that you’re trying to learn the minimum necessary to understand, implement it, test it, go live.If something is broken, you learn the minimum needed to fix it and get back to the million other things on your plate. Now I finally have the opportunity to really sit, learn and practice.

On the other hand, when clock is ticking and is money slowly decreasing, sitting and learning might make you feel idle and unproductive. When I’m in that position I always hear a little voice inside me saying, “Learn now, because later you won’t have that luxury!” Meanwhile, another voice yells, “Are you freakin’ insane? Start coding!”

If you’re like me, you can’t just read a book. You need something more visual to learn. So here are some of the better online resources that I’ve used and what I think of them (Warning: many of them are not free – like most of the good stuff in life.)

books on the shelf

Learning a lot is part of the fun

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