How To Save Innovation From Itself?

Last week I attended the Craft Conference in Budapest with 9 others engineers from Kinja. It was a really good conference about Software Crafting, with great surrounding, organisation and talks. The organisation had four different type of rooms which allowed you to go to the talk which is the most interesting for you. »4/30/15 7:37am4/30/15 7:37am

Growing up as a system - thoughts after Craft Conference

There’s a trending topic at conferences every year. At last year’s Craft Conference a lot was about functional programming, with some hints of distributed systems, devops, and some really good talks about what’s it like beeing an evolving engineer. As it was pointed out in one of the talks, the thing that are in the… »4/25/15 5:10am4/25/15 5:10am

Why we're not replacing GIFs with MP4s just yet

We love animated GIFs. Really love animated GIFs. The only problem with our love of animated GIFs is how unnecessarily wastefully large the files are. For example, if you load up Sploid, at the moment of writing this post 15 of the 20 displayed posts contain a GIF, each weighing at least 2 MB: a full pageload is 32… »2/16/15 12:57pm2/16/15 12:57pm

8 takeaways from Stretch Conf 2014

Together with Alex, Keki and Zoli I had the chance to attend this year's Stretch Conf. In short, it's a 2-day "leadership and management conference", but I'd recommend it to everyone interested in self-motivation, self-consciousness, self-organization and related fields. It was an inspiring event. Therefore, I decided… »12/07/14 4:30pm12/07/14 4:30pm

Google Universal Analytics: Our Migration

Over the past two weeks, we've migrated from the old Google Analytics tags ('Classic' Google Analytics) to the new (well, less old) 'Universal' Analytics tags. I wanted to write a little bit about our experience as I haven't seen many people writing about this relatively unsexy but crucially important part of many… »11/24/14 1:06pm11/24/14 1:06pm