Sharing is Caring – Phase II: Exploring opportunities for One Hour Website

I’ve walked along the busiest streets during SXSW to explore new opportunities for the on-street services. I saw a lot of food trucks but no people selling services. I’ve talked to a few food truck owners and they own permits which they paid for. To get a permit you obviously need a company. Then you…

Sharing is Caring – Phase I: making of One Hour Website

I’ve always been trying to optimize the processes around me. It fells boring not to. Same applies to all the website I’ve built. It could be a temporary experiment, a website for a relative or even a project started with a couple friends. I’ve improved the process so much, that I’ve realized I could set…

Making git commit messages useful with Jira, Jenkins and scopes

Writing anything meaningful in the commit messages already makes you an awesome dev and puts you ahead of most. I’ve seen too many meaningless commit messages and it makes it so hard to track down a problem. Some of the most famous ones I’ve read were: WIP: Keeping it in your branch is ok, but…

Implementing an interactive wall

Creativity is challenging, especially when it comes to actually implementing it. At Lama, we knew we can achieve great results only by pushing our limits. We’ve let our creativity free in order to get the most of our capabilities, and a little more. The Concept The idea was to create an interactive wall, with a…