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    Posted by Lukas Horakon 01 March, 2020
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    Hello world! I guess everyone who has ever learned or at least tried learning any programming language has seen the magic sentence "Hello world!" couple of times. Because big part of this blog is going to be about programming, I chose this to welcome you to the blog and for my first blog post (it's similar to that first function or line of code, right?)

    For those who didn't see my about page, I'm Lukas, and I am a full-stack JavaScript developer. I currently live in Prague, Czech Republic, and I'm working as a front-end lead at SecurityScorecard. I'm not going to talk more about what I do at work, or during my free time, as you can actually read it all at the about me page... Instead of talking about me, I'd like to give an introduction to what I'd like this blog to be about.

    As I've mentioned before, I'm mostly programming in JavaScript, both on front-end and back-end, so this is going to take a big portion of this blog. For a long time, I've been learning new stuff about JavaScript, web development, React, Node.js etc. Now, I think it's time to give back some of the knowledge to the community, so whenever I'll have something to share, being it tutorials, opinions, comparison or something else, I'll try to cover it here. Some other interesting stuff, which is not strictly about JS, might pop up from time to time here as well, but let's see, I'm still new at this.

    The other big part I'd like to fill this blog with is home automation. For the last couple of years, I've been trying to automate the hell out of my small apartment, and I'd like to share that as well! So if you are into home automation, or you're thinking of trying to automate some stuff at your home, you've come to the right place. Most of my home automation is done using open source tools, and as far as the hardware is concerned, I usually try to go with DIY stuff or the bang for the buck gadgets. I'll definitely write up some tutorials, reviews on some of the hardware I use, some code and automation samples, we'll see :)

    Anyway, if you've read till here, I guess you really wanted to find out what I'll be writing about. If that's the case, and you don't want to miss out my next posts, you can follow me on twitter, where I'll post whenever I post a new article, so you won't miss it. Thanks for reading!


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    Lukas Horak
    Lukas HorakFull-stack JavaScript Developer@lhorak_cz
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