Gallery: 私のアパート (my apartment)
I’ve been waiting for weeks to finally finish furnishing my small Japanese apartment, and with (hopefully) last piece of furniture arriving this Friday and everything looking exactly as I wish it to look, I can finally share the fruits of my labour with you. This is how I live now!
How to get a job in Japan
I swear I have been putting of writing this article for a really long time. In the following paragraphs, I will try to describe my road to Japan (which necessarily involves getting a job first) and hopefully provide a few advices that could help anyone wishing to pursue the same path.
Gallery: Megurofudouson (目黒不動尊) and Rinshi no Mori Park (林試の森公園)
With Golden Week, arguably the biggest public holiday in Japan, coming slowly to its end, here’s a small gallery from a trip me and my wife went on yesterday. 目黒不動尊 is the closest buddhist temple to my house and I have to say, it immediately became one of my favourite temples of all times – not necessarily due to its proximity to my house but thanks to its openness and how much you can explore (even though you can’t take photos of everything, unfortunately). Hope you’ll enjoy!
How to get an apartment in Japan
I finally made it to Japan but besides having a job (I wish to dedicate a separate article to the process obtaining that at a later date), I had the foolish wish of also having the place to live, a place I could call my “home”. Here are the steps I had to undergo and the help I had to receive, as this task would be impossible to complete on my own.
How to hot reload a Vapor project
One question that gets frequently asked in Vapor’s Slack channel is whether is it possible to not have to recompile the entire project upon the slightest change in the source code. Until recently, I would have told you that this is just the unavoidable reality of compiled languages, but today I have a solution – sort of.
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