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Kamil Mijacz

Lord of App Destruction aka. Software Developer

.NET Technical Architect, Software Developer with ten years of experience in a field of complex, distributed, real-time systems. Fan of microservices approach. He tries to use his skills to prevent a project from failing, and turn it to a road to success. Old soul, open minded & easy going person. He uses his strong backend skillset to support demanding projects, where he can easy conquer problems or fast optimise. Often turns legacy code system to better and easy maintainable solutions. His road to success is based on multiple web projects and knowledge based on learning and failing fast. Love using magic tools & technologies to solve complex problems.

26 July, 2017

M as Microservices

Microservices are getting more and more attention nowadays. You can read about them on blogs, hear about them on conferences and take part in discussions about them on social media. Expectations are really, really huge. Software community is divided. Supporters are fascinated by microservices, but skeptics claim that it’s nothing new. However, both defenders and naysayers agree on one thing - Microservices Architecture pattern has many benefits.

13 April, 2017

Generating JS code in Babel

A theory about parsing in JavaScript, and a practical way of enhancing our JS stack by creating extensions for Babel transpiler. How cool is that?!

9 March, 2017

JS code generation

Too lazy to write code? Generate it ;)

18 June, 2016

M as Microservices

Microservices are getting more and more attention nowadays. You can read about them on blogs, hear about them on conferences and take part in discussions about them on social media. Expectations are really, really huge. Software community is divided. Supporters are fascinated by microservices, but skeptics claim that it’s nothing new. However, both defenders and naysayers agree on one thing - Microservices Architecture pattern has many benefits.

16 March, 2016

ASP.NET Core 1.0 – Are We ready?

It's a new beginning. There's lots of great stuff coming but are We ready for that?

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