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Hiring, promoting and firing effects on culture

We are used to think that hiring a new person, if he is valid, is new power for the company. Firing or not firing an employee avoid problems, increase performance and frees a place that can be replaced with someone… Continue Reading →

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Recruiters have a soul, too

I have always tried in my life to be optimistic and to be positive and see the positive side of people. And I have met lot of people that are negative and evil inside. They had few or no things… Continue Reading →

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About a leader

I have been leading small group of developers, one way or the other, for a while now. Still I have never been officially a (tech or team) leader. But I worked for many years. I learn from the bests. I learned… Continue Reading →

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A REST API in 3 hours with Finagle

Hi everybody. Again, I have been involved in several projects lately, so I neglected the blog. Shame on me! ūüėõ But today I can speak about something new for me. I wanted to create a REST(ful) API in a fast… Continue Reading →

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Project for the interview at BBC (Part III)

Previously on Andrea’s blog:¬†we have discussed how, given the setup of a database (Part I), we create Actors (with AKKA) to encapsulate workers that access our database through DAOs (or¬†something like¬†DAO). Now we have our Service Layer, our Data Layer…… Continue Reading →

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Project for the interview at BBC (Part II)

Previously on Andrea’s blog:¬†in the first part of this post I spoke about setting up a database for the project I did for the interview at BBC (GitHub repo) and about the tables I created (and how to use¬†Evolutions). Now… Continue Reading →

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Have you got some questions?

This is usually the question you face at the end of an interview. So those are tips to follow, because even if you had one billion questions in your mind, when the person tells you to ask them it is… Continue Reading →

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