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Marin Grizelj

Backend Developer

Marin Grizelj

Backend Developer

At Inchoo, Marin works as a Backend Developer, a position that matches his specialities - databases, network protocols and feeling for code organisation. His long-term wish is to be a developer who writes code and works on architecture itself. Because, in his opinion, if you only work on architecture, you’ll fall out of programming and wouldn’t be aware of the problems you cause to developers.

Before Inchoo, Marin “played” with different softwares and devices as Arduino and Leap Motion, that he also used in his sensors/robotics/automation projects. Besides that, he was part of a team that was building large websites where he was responsible for logic, backend and database optimisation.

His free time is reserved for watching anime, playing RPGs or reading fantasy and SF themed books. If you find yourself on some psychedelic trance, dub or reggae festival, be sure Marin is also there enjoying good music. His biggest wish is to buy a bus, gather his friends and travel the world.

Latest posts by Marin Grizelj

Declare static types to keep bugs away? Jun 07, 2017 | Posted in Dev Talk

Introduction

A lot of programmers feel that for any larger projects static types offer a huge benefit.
Readability too, not only validation.
Some argue that tests can replace types, I agree if we are only talking about code validation.
But static types are empowering in other situations too. Reading code is easier since types describe code and fewer assumptions have to be made about inputs and outputs. Basically, additional documentation which is always in sync with the code. Continue reading