As a front-end developer myself and also one that manages other developers with a focus on software engineering best practices in the client side, I find myself in need of a good teaching resource. Although there are plenty of resources online regarding client-side development, I’ve started one of my own that will reflect what are … Continue reading Client Side Development – Learning Resources
I’ve recently moved back from a Macbook to a Windows 8 laptop (yay!) and so I’ve decided to check out visual studio again after a relatively long period of using IDEA IntelliJ. IntelliJ is an awesome environment and I’ve really enjoyed using it (after getting used to it) for client side and Node JS development.
IntelliJ’s integration with node JS is a pleasure to work with and VS has a lot to catch up to. A definite move in the right direction is the recently published (open source) Node.js Tools for Visual Studio package. While its not release ready for VS 2015 (which is also just RC still) it seems to work fine already.
This one is very dear to me, I’ve been carrying it in my head for about a year now. Lately I’ve been very focused on my family and work and that left very little time for writing. Recently I had the chance to finally sit down and put it on paper.
This poem, written first in Hebrew is called “You’re Home” and in Hebrew: “את לי בית” is dedicated to my wife, Shani.
The English translation is below. Continue reading “Poem: את לי בית – You’re Home”
This one is the latest of my poems, written recently for my daughter’s first birthday in the beginning of the year.
No translation yet to English so only the Hebrew version for now. The English name for this poem would be “Your Journey”. I’ll try to publish the translation soon.
Without further ado:
Back in July of 2011 (has it been that long ago?) I published what was my latest poem in Hebrew Eich Nifradim (How to Part).
I revisited that poem recently and decided to take a crack at translating it to English and I think it actually turned out quite nicely.
This poem holds a dear place in my heart as i read it in my grandfather’s funeral in the summer of that year…
So here it is:
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