Nasir Shadravan

July 28, 2021

The Withdrawal Effects of Shutting Down

I'm on holidays for a few days now. Somewhere remote in France where the internet is ADSL and it is slightly better than dial-up modem. Surrounded by nature, silence and calm. This is a real holiday for me in a very long time. Somewhere on the way I noticed I keep scrolling Twitter and open Hacker News to read the things I read everyda...
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April 29, 2021

Cookie Popups Have Ruined the Web

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was put into effect in 2018. The goal of this law is to protect the data and privacy of the European users and make sure their personal data is used only when they have explicitly consented. For businesses, complying to GDPR means whenever you are visiting their website, you should be presented...
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March 22, 2021

The Modest Frontend

I'm a backend engineer. For 15 years, I use Django as my web framework to create any software project I need and I was never disappointed. I've always enjoyed dealing with data models, handling background jobs and anything backend. Of course, there was always rendering the HTML templates and returning an HTTP Response. The classic web....
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