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Josef Strzibny

Hello all, I am sw engineer interested in Ruby, Elixir, and Linux.

Education

Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University

Work

Software Engineer

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Acme Pub Sub, an Elixir exercise

It's ridiculous.

Nginx logs in live dashboard

Very cool. It would be great as an easy to use Hex package.

Why we killed elixir

Hah, I also think this post shows a lot of incompetence. The...

Which JavaScript frameworks are worth learning in 2021?

Stimulus 2! :). Just quite simple with a few conventions. Dr...

Live previews with Rails and StimulusReflex

Interesting! Am I right in assuming that in the following sn...

Goodbye Nginx, hello Caddy

Oh, I certainly meant benchmarks and experience of people tha...

7 Reasons Why Front End Developers Going Full Stack Should Choose Go

Very weird list of reasons. I can think of a bunch of languag...

Goodbye Nginx, hello Caddy

I completely agree. Caddy looks promising, but being built wi...

Modern Rails flash messages (part 2): The undo action for deleted items

Someone could be tempted to use default_scope instead of act...

5 useful DevOps newsletters that will blow your mind 🤯

Yes, but nowadays I have trouble with that. Nobody should be ...

5 useful DevOps newsletters that will blow your mind 🤯

Do you know which ones track their users and which don't?

Major DevOps Challenges and How to Address Them

Because loosing customer data or showing them to a different ...

How do you take screenshots?

Just the regular Screenshot app on my GNOME workstation. It d...

What do you dislike about your favorite language?

Elixir and immutability. Don't get me wrong, it's one of the ...

From Rails to Elixir: Know Your App

Nice article, thanks. I wonder why you didn't consider JRub...

What is your opinion on Elixir language, why don't more developers use it?

One year "in" I like it so far! What I like the most is the f...

Which Operating System Are You Using?

Fedora. Stock (and latest) GNOME3 + I know a thing or two a...

Is Ubuntu Or Fedora A Better Distro For Programmers?

Fedora. I am biased though, because I am Fedora developer (...

Why I still love Ruby

From the Ruby doc: "Proc objects are blocks of code that have...

Why I still love Ruby

There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious wa...

Why I still love Ruby

functions are both first class concepts in Ruby Actually ...

What's Your Fav. Dev Laptop? Why?

ThinkPad X1 Carbon with Fedora on it. ThinkPads were in my ...

What's Your Fav. Dev Laptop? Why?

I personally really move my laptop - working from the office,...

Which Distribution of Linux Should I Use?

I would like to clear one thing. Putting Fedora Rawhide am...

We are all standing up. Does it actually work?

I would just like to say, it's not a requirement to have ph...

Should I do Android or iOS?

Actually, there are many statistics about this and you shou...

Should I do Android or iOS?

If you are targeting any specific country such as the USA,...

How do *you* pronounce sudo?

Haha, me too. I am Czech btw.

How do *you* pronounce sudo?

It's not superuser actually. It's from su command "switch u...

How do *you* pronounce sudo?

No, it's not superuser actually. It's from su command "swit...

How do *you* pronounce sudo?

No, it's not superuser do. It's from su command "switch use...

How do *you* pronounce sudo?

No, it's not. It's from su command "switch user". Also chec...

Being a CTO is great, but ...

When I speak to young developers who have just finished sc...

As a Dev, you should know Ops

I 100% agree with you. It's one of the reasons I started to...

Handling Ever Increasing Server Logs

Yes, sometimes people forget about logs, so this is a good ...

What are you looking to accomplish this next week?

I had a break from writing my book vpsformakers.com/ book b...

Why you should not use (long-lived) feature branches

Looks like you worked with feature branches incorrectly per...

Ruby and Python, them and the differences

I think I just read a not so well put together article. I d...

Welcome Thread - v32

Hello all, just signed up after reading dev.to for quite s...

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