My two cents about software development on the web


Learning Git

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system. Git originates from the Linux development community and is used by many popular Open Source projects. Since its birth in 2005, Git has evolved and matured to be easy to use and yet retain its initial qualities. It’s incredibly fast, it’s very efficient with large projects, and it has an incredible branching system for non-linear development.

Here are references to tutorials I used to learn Git.


Linkflood – About REST

This is my personal list of resources about principles and guidelines for designing RESTful Web APIs.


My resolutions for 2013

Planning my future goals is always hard for me. I need to avoid the over-commitment. Anyway this is my todo-list for this year.

  • Learning and improvement
    • Android (development and deployment)
    • PhoneGap (development and deployment with PhoneGap Build)
    • REST Services (design and implementation)
    • Continuous Integration/Deployment (practicing)
    • Responsive Design (improvement)
    • Cloud Deployment (mainly on Platform as a Service)
    • Git (howto)
    • Ant and Maven (build and configuration management)
    • Product Management (howto and practicing)
  • Community involment
    • Coworking (participating)
    • Open source (involving in a project)
    • Cohousing (practicing)
  • Personal life
    • Drumming (practicing djembe and balafon mainly)
    • Getting back with outdoor activities (running and skating)

The work is in progress …



Hello world!

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Introduction to Android development : TouchCalculator – CodeProject®


In this tutorial article I will try to introduce you to the general development principles of Android by building a real calculator application (TouchCalculator). By the end of this tutorial you will be able to build Android applications with simple user interfaces and backing business logic.

See on Introduction to Android development : TouchCalculator – CodeProject