Side projects are great, they take you out of your routine and let you try something you feel passionate about. This is a blog post about indie game side project called ZombieRun. I will give you an overview of different stages of my side project and summarise what to keep in mind, when taking on a similar quest.
A recent conversation with a coworker made me think about the gap between what programming is like for programmers and how non-programmers (read: normal people) imagine it to be. I think we as programmers (developers, coders, ninjas, samurai, whatever you want to call yourself) are so engulfed in our own world that we don’t even realize that other people may not have the slightest idea about what software development is really like. So I decided to give it a shot and try to explain this as best I can. I will keep it short.
We have managed to release a new feature: bulk editing for projects!
Toggl Button has integrations with a lot of tools and it keeps adding new integrations all the time. By default Toggl Button supports the default domain addresses on each tool. If company uses their own private server to host the service the Toggl Button default setup is not enough. In this blog post I describe how users can customise the Toggl Button to support their custom domains. Read More
With only two months to go until Christmas, here’s what we have in the development pipeline. Most of those have been long-planned, and we can now say they will most probably be released by the end of the year. Without much further ado, here we go:
It’s 6:13 AM and my phone starts ringing. No, it’s not one of my friends coming from a late party, it’s workday and my alarm is making all the noise. I get out of bed and once again put on my running shoes, grab my music player and head to the door. It’s dark, it’s cold and I feel that most bones in my body don’t want to be here. Still there’s no way I’m going back, so I start picking up the pace. What’s actually going on?