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Damir Franusic

Gentoo Linux and VIM worshiper, C developer, network protocol dissector implementer,socket/network programmer, recently entered the embedded world, hater of buzzwords and made up titles

Location Zagreb, Croatia Joined Joined on  Twitter logo LinkedIn logo
Work

C developer at Sartura d.o.o.

All 164 Comments

re: Welcome Thread - v41
Welcome aboard Joseph! ;)
re: What's wrong with this person?! No! What's wrong with you?
People have a tendency to project, and the cause of their i...
re: What’s overrated?
Everything that doesn't withstand the test of time. Simple ...
re: What theoretical knowledge should frontend developer know?
Modern frameworks like React and Vue usually deal with Virt...
re: What theoretical knowledge should frontend developer know?
From whay you've written here, it seems you know quite a lo...
re: What do you think of minimalist UI?
Pure bliss:
re: Is Blogging Useful?
Hi Alexey I have just recently started thinking about writ...
re: Welcome Thread - v38
Welcome Tamar Have fun and post your comments and articles...
re: Welcome Thread - v38
Welcome aboard Cem. I hope you'll find this platform and it...
re: You Will Fail (And That's Okay)
Thanks for the story, and I love the sincere and personal a...
re: How do you ground yourself?
I practice daily yoga and try to keep my distance from the ...
re: What is the oddest JavaScript behavior?
The ability to persevere πŸ˜„
re: Never Too Late to Learn: My (meandering) path to a career in software engineering
I must say I'm quite astonished by your courage to keep sol...
re: I've been a dev for 11 years. 5 things I learned
You made me laugh with all those animated gifs 🀣. I'm fortu...
re: How do *you* pronounce sudo?
Maybe it's su--
re: Top 10 Traits of Legendary Developers
There's more to life than being a devoper. When you hear pe...
re: Top 10 Traits of Legendary Developers
Utopia or dystopia? πŸ˜„ I've been a software developer pract...
re: How Writing Helped Pull Me Out of My Burnout
You story, for some unknown reason, inspired me to publish ...
re: How Writing Helped Pull Me Out of My Burnout
I forgot to add that, among others, DEV.to was one of the m...
re: How Writing Helped Pull Me Out of My Burnout
Thank You for sharing your story, I'm always deeply moved w...
re: Thank you dev.to
As soon as I stop being financially deprived 😁, I'm getting...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
C is my baby, just started embedded C on SBCs, mostly arm 3...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
I wrote this too fast without even thinking too much, so on...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
Hi and no problem changing the code The following is indee...
re: What Does Your IDE/Code Editor Look Like?
Please do, thnx πŸ‘ P.S. Now you know why my username is vim...
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
Thanks, I have just bookmarked it and will read it later. ...
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
First, I would like to thank You for soldiering through to ...
re: I Did Something Scary
Always wanted to try something similar but I think writing...
re: DEV is cool
Dev.to is the pinnacle of quality social networking. I'm a ...
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
I appreciate your comment and would like to thank you for r...
re: The event horizon of consciousness
TL;DR indeed πŸ˜€ Thank You for reading. I'm still recoveri...
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
The only important thing in life is to find balance; an ord...
re: How Did I Get Here?
Whether or not you were a writer in another life, I said I ...
re: What do you install first on a new laptop?
First I get rid of Windows and replace it with Gentoo :). I...
re: 10 More Git Tricks That You Should Know
I use the following scripts to generate some common files. ...
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
I hope you find a better job, preferably the WFH type, sinc...
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
Thank You very much for reading my story πŸ˜‰
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
Hehe great, you obviously understand me then. Point your ol...
re: Why working remotely is a double-edged sword
Not yet. Starting with a new job next week and will see how...
re: Modern C++ Isn't Scary
Leave our beloved C devoid of any new unnecessary "features...
re: Modern C++ Isn't Scary
At some point, most languages take a turn for the better, o...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
The good old days: ...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Number 5 will not only stretch it, but probably also displa...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
I think I mentioned that once. Just because we have more po...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Not really but I'm sure it will come to mind one day. I hav...
re: What Does Your IDE/Code Editor Look Like?
VIM Single screen: My current setup: ...
re: working remotely
Why don'y you try Slack, it's quite useful for keeping trac...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Of course it's not for web. Maybe with Web Assembly but I t...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
I don't know why is everyone so afraid of C. I am currently...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Well congratulations for sparking my interest in Rust. I un...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
It's in my todo list, hopefully not the bucket list πŸ˜‚
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
I'm a huge fan of C and use it exclusively these days, thou...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Good point and appreciate the argument. I never claim to kn...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
I only mentioned it since it was highly praised not so long...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
OK please don't make this a language wars thread. I've neve...
re: Autotools vs Cmake
I am currently reading Cmake documentation and It will take...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
Hi and thanks for the history lession. I don't know much ab...
re: The Dark Side Of The Magic
I used templates heavily in one of my projects and never in...
re: The Dark Side Of The Magic
I think we are sort of on the same page here. For me, the r...
re: 5 Bad Habits of Software Developers
Sleep is essential!! Damir...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
I have actually written a comment about that, and I agree t...
re: 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain
First of all, I would like to thank You for writing this ar...
re: 5 Bad Habits of Software Developers
I use Doxygen but that is low level documentation used prim...
re: Omfg books have tech stacks now: how I used web technologies to layout and print a book
LaTeX is not so complex and you should consider investing s...
re: Why developers are SO sh*t at estimating!
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re: What was your win this week?
Wow, that's an impressive number, 111 reactions. Congrats!
re: What was your win this week?
Got my article published on blog.soshace.com/en/ and had a ...
re: Why developers are SO sh*t at estimating!
In my case, it's because I'm a perfectionist most of the ti...
re: Gallifreyan Software Project Management
You had me hooked the moment I saw the word "Gallifreyan" i...
re: Autotools vs Cmake
No problem, just conjure up a πŸ’©load of patience and try to ...
re: Autotools vs Cmake
I think we digressed a bit from the initial topic but the g...
re: Autotools vs Cmake
My .vimrc as requsted, not a pretty site :) "+-----------...
re: Autotools vs Cmake
Not so hard when you get used to it and have the right set ...
re: Autotools vs Cmake
Full on VIM guy here :). Thanks for the tip, guess I'll hav...
re: Autotools vs Cmake
I assumed the same, It's just that the project I'm currentl...
re: Forty and still a dev?
Hi Kyle Yes, I know, it's becoming a trend for Croatians t...
re: What are you working on?
Not yet, I'll have to check with the company that hired me....
re: What are you working on?
Personal growth in context of psychology; to better take ca...
re: What do you use for testing c/c++ apps?
The Bolt of God :-D
re: I'm an ex-bartender/waiter who is now a web developer and DevOps engineer, Ask Me Anything!
I had a similar path with one major difference; I started p...
re: Which Linux distribution is your favorite and why?
I don't use it so much, not needed unless you want to run a...
re: Which Linux distribution is your favorite and why?
Oh yeah, and when you ignore emerge sync and forget about u...
re: Which Linux distribution is your favorite and why?
Gentoo is sort of special distribution that is intended for...
re: Which Linux distribution is your favorite and why?
Try i3wm, It's awesome.
re: Which Linux distribution is your favorite and why?
I'm with you on this and have been using Gentoo for as long...
re: Forty and still a dev?
I bow to You πŸ˜‰
re: Forty and still a dev?
There's sometimes a very thin line between a young develope...
re: Forty and still a dev?
If you think UK is messed up, be happy you're not living in...
re: Forty and still a dev?
I wrote a post about my background: ...
re: Towards Complexity
Languages and projects aside, the most useful move you can ...
re: PHP vs Node?
I know I'm playing with fire here so please keep in mind th...
re: Writing Clean Code
function getSalesOrderByItemIdInTheDatabaseThenValidateRetu...
re: 5 Steps in Programming to Keep You From Getting Stuck
Like Gentoo but from a lower hanging branch 😁
re: 5 Steps in Programming to Keep You From Getting Stuck
Gentoo style 😏
re: 5 Steps in Programming to Keep You From Getting Stuck
Perfectionist here 😭. The problem with this is that no soft...
re: 5 Steps in Programming to Keep You From Getting Stuck
I totally agree and unless you learn how to detach yourself...
re: How to Turn Onboarding Into Hazing and Gaslighting
Brutal, wish it were a dystopian future scenario πŸ˜•
re: My Advice to Beginner Devs
I applaud your effort but most of them will probably experi...
re: My Advice to Beginner Devs
Good take on web in general and I totally get the following...
re: dev.wtf - developer's reference
No problem, I understand. I have never "finished" anything ...
re: dev.wtf - developer's reference
When it's done, I'll host the domain on my server, free of ...
re: Your 30th Year in Code
I am totally in awe of Your ingenious article, congrats. I ...
re: What do you use for testing c/c++ apps?
Excellent name "godbolt" :-D
re: What do you use for testing c/c++ apps?
I have used Valgrind but these days I mostly use -fsanitize...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Well again, personal preference. I know that MongoDB is bet...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
Well that's C, just how it is, you either hate it or you lo...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
Perl sorcery 😁. This syntax always turns me inside out he...
re: Daily Challenge #29 - Xs and Os
C 😱 don't kill me please #include <stdio.h> #includ...
re: Which dev.to loading GIF do you prefer?
Pulse 1
re: What is the worst advice for the newbie?
Although I'm a C programmer and do mostly backend network p...
re: Want to be a better developer? Take care of your sleep!
First or all, It's a great article and I haven't finished i...
re: what's the first website/project you made?
Dami...
re: Why do developers hate to write documentations? If not how do you document your code?
I was totally against writing documentation when I was youn...
re: Is there an art to naming projects?
I used to use animal names like mink so my last project was...
re: When Stack Overflow Goes Offline...
Well I should thank You for writing that awesome article ab...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
No I said it's a personal preference. I used the word abomi...
re: When Stack Overflow Goes Offline...
Become a 10xAssassin πŸ˜‚
re: On Dealing with Anxiety and Depression as a Developer
It's always good to know you're not alone, and is also one ...
re: If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries
Yes that's whay I had in mind, wanted to do it myself since...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
Don't know, personal preference for PHP. I also got used to...
re: If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries
GitLab CE seems to be licensed under the terms of MIT licen...
re: If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries
I thought gitlab used to be open source before and availabl...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
I don't usually do fronted stuff, my domain in backend C ne...
re: What's the hardest part of JavaScript you've had to deal with?
The ecosystem around it, npm and the apsurd number of depen...
re: If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries
I think that UK does not impose those sanctions, could be w...
re: What's your personal site setup?
It's this one 😁 Damir F...
re: 8 tips from John Wick for 10x developers
I had to follow you just because of this tribute to Wick po...
re: Getting Cozy With C++
It's a series of flags, check out the man pages of gcc/clan...
re: Getting Cozy With C++
Great article. I spent the last 8 years doing only c++ netw...
re: If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries
GitLab is open source, you can host it yourself, so maybe the...
re: What do you prefer: general all-in-one tools or focused single domain tools?
Totally agree, we share a similar mindset; I use Vim with s...
re: On being more than just a developer
Thanks for posting. I sort of had a similar idea, more of a...
re: programming languages as crafts and toys
LaTeX: sewing machine
re: programming languages as crafts and toys
Assembler: Base jumping Lua: waffle maker
re: I am lucky, you are not.
Like the article very much, nailed it. I am also one of the...
re: What Open Source projects are you working on today?
nDPI and Wireshark...not really today πŸ˜‰ but in general
re: What made you quit your job?
When I tried making my own startup succeed. It was fine at ...
re: What made you quit your job?
I usually quit when felt overworked, neglected and given se...
re: First post
Welcome, I have also joined just recently. Very cool place,...
re: Is this burn out?
Definitely burnout, it's even officially recognised as QD85...
re: An overwhelmed front end developer in need of a brain reboot!
I have just recently published a post about my life story a...
re: On Being a Hopelessly Insecure Programmer
Hi I have just recently joined this community and wrote my...
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