There are different kinds of stress, but one of the most deeply pestering and most damaging ones is a modern type of stress brought to us by the immediate connectedness to a large body of information. Continue reading
I’ve been working on websites for a very long time and I still meat a lot of clients and friends who ask the above question. It is normal, we keep moving with the new trends, not thinking in detail what they mean or how they work until one day we have to or want to take advantage and in this case build a website.
Here are a few things you need to know to get started. Continue reading
It was a beautiful sunny day. In fact it was so hot I could feel how I will get sunburned but it was totally enjoyable. One of those days that fills you with warmth and makes you happy. Continue reading
I knew it will be a long day ahead, some cream was applied to the sore knee, vitamins, earplugs (a must at campsites) and I relaxed into a good night’s sleep. Continue reading
I needed to start working with Twig recently so I had to add syntax highlighting to Sublime for it. Pretty easy and the best tutorial I found was here:
The files can be downloaded from
or you can also clone them with:
git clone https://github.com/Anomareh/PHP-Twig.tmbundle.git
To install this bundle in Sublime Text, a few extra steps are required.
a) Open Sublime Text and in the Preferences menu click Browse Packages.
b) In the directory that was just opened, create a new directory PHP-Twig/.
c) Copy the content of the repo you downloaded into the directory you just created.
d) Move the contents of the PHP-Twig/Syntaxes/ directory to PHP-Twig/ (one directory up).
e) Restart Sublime Text.
To apply syntax highlighting on your Twig HTML files : Open a .html.twig file Go to View menu → Syntax → Open all with current extension as → HTML (Twig).
I know there haven’t been much articles posted in the last 5 weeks, but that’s because I went to cycle around Iceland. This is the first of a series of articles that will describe the trip but also help me reflect on it. I will be posting the days one at a time more as a personal diary and a future reference, but also for anyone who is interested to follow. Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about challenges and how every time i don’t want to do something but i know i should, it’s like i am standing in front of a new mountain. Every single time. It doesn’t matter if i’ve gone up it multiple times or never – it’s always the same difficulty. Continue reading
As some of the readers here know, I’m planning to do a trip to Iceland. More specifically to cycle around the island. It is not something never done, or impossible. However, the closer the date of setting off approaches, the more doubts and uncertainties arise for me. Continue reading
What’s the point to persevere when we keep failing over and over again? Why not just quit and go do something else that will succeed? Continue reading
If I have to sum up my job in two words it would be “solving problems”. Over the years I’ve experimented with different approaches and one has stood the test way better than anything else. In fact I apply this approach to almost every part of my life – always start with the outlines. Continue reading