Hi, I’m Gábor László Hajba, a.k.a. GHajba.

I’m maintaining this blog to make the complex-looking simple by sharing my experience.

As a software apprentice, I often find that people tend to have a way of making things appear more complicated than they are — me too.

Most of the time, the simple solutions are the best ones — although not always the easiest to reach.

My goal with this blog is to give you a hands-on knowledge in the areas I am working in: software development with Java, Python, Elixir, software testing (mostly in the development phase of the lifecycle), and architecture considerations.

If you want to reach out, feel free and use the form below:

Nothing to do with coding, but I started learning music and playing bass in January 2018. This means two things:

  1. I have less time to write my articles.
  2. If you support me you support my bass playing too!

However, I don’t plan to give up this blog. I took a long break (not because of bass but it had its share too) but now I plan to be back and share what I’ve learned in the years of field work.