A log of articles, blog posts, and podcasts, that I've read and listened to in recent month.

Our UI design team follows Material guidelines, and they do their best to keep up within Typography limitations of Material design system. Nevertheless, they are short of typography styles to communicate UX the way they need to, and so they use additional typography styles. How could we meet UX requirements on UI side, and also keep our code clean?

A log of articles, blog posts, and podcasts, that I've read and listened to in recent month.

I thought it would be beneficial to see how I could improve my mentoring sessions. Not only the way I set these up, but also in what I react to, how I communicate, if I analyze challenges right on the fly, etc. To do this effectively, recording sessions was the first step. I checked with client and they agreed and even welcomed the idea.

In early 2020, I revamped my website and decided to improve my portfolio presentation.

As part of that effort, I also wanted to provide better screenshots and more insights into scope of the work on individual projects and client work that I did. With over 80 projects to go through, this was and still is a pretty long term goal.

A log of articles, blog posts, and podcasts, that I've read and listened to in recent month.

Are you lucky to have a QA person, or a QA team, that helps you test your application? Are bug reports from QA easy to understand? Can you replicate the issue based on the ticket? How much time do you spend on gathering the required information?

Did you ever need to check what your Realm database contains during development? Do you need to modify Realm data and verify the changes in your emulator?

How to cleanup android emulator data? What to do when emulator gets stuck while starting Remote JS debugging?

Did you recently move to the remote work lifestyle? Do you wonder how someone could actually be productive while working from home?

The best thing that I ever started doing over the years of working from home, was planning for the next week ahead. Here, I'll show you how to start with it, and give you some tips based on what worked for me.