It’s the first of march and this means, that Get Noticed! 2017 competition has officially begun! That also means that now there are only 3 months left to finish Commutee. I’m really curious of what will I achieve in this short time. There is a lot of work to be done. So, let’s get down
Get Noticed competition is starting soon. Only a few days left for registration. If you didn’t do it yet, do it, I assure you that it will be a great experience. For me, it is already great, I really enjoy writing posts, it allows me to express myself, to give something back to The Internet. Yes,
When you want to create an application, first, you have to know what this app will do. That’s a pretty important thing to know. You may know technology, know how to use it, how the user interface will look like, how data will be stored, but if you don’t know what this app have to do,
I did not manage to get an idea for another, third, project, so I have to choose from those two that I described before. The choice wasn’t easy because both of these projects would be fun to do. Some of you advised me already on which one of these two do, even though I’m sure that
In my last post, I have described one of my ideas for a project that I could try to develop for "Get Noticed!" competition. It is something that I would use personally on daily basis, so it really makes me want to do it. If you haven’t read about it, head to part 1 to check it
Last time, I wrote about "Get Noticed" competition, where you have to create an open source project in 10 weeks and during this time you also have to blog about the whole process. When you look at these requirements it’s not so complicated, it sounds really easy, but it’s not. First of all, writing posts. It’s
Hello world? Welcome dear visitor, welcome to my humble blog, my first ever blog actually. It’s something totally new for me but I thought about doing something like this for some time already and why not start doing this now instead of later?