# Exploring the Mandelbrot set

The word “fractal” is derived from the Latin fractus – crushed, broken. At the conceptual level, fractal objects are “infinitely self-similar” geometric figures. The term itself was introduced by Benoit Mandelbrot, although a large number of fractals had been studied before him.

# “Oh, we have a 3D printer in the office” or FDM printing basics

This article will be the first to familiarize you with the basic principles of 3D printing. In the future, I will instruct you how to use slicers and show you the basic principles of 3D modelling for printing ready-made models, and not only.

# Diving Into SSO With Spring SAML and SSOCircle

How to configure Spring SAML on Spring Boot + Thymeleaf project via java configuration and connecting it to SSOCircle Identity Provider.

# Beginners Guide to Markov Chains

Hello and welcome to the wonderful world of Probability where as math teachers say that the probability of many strange things that could happen is not equal to zero.

# Possibilities of educational games using VR technologies

Today, students usually get bored very quickly during classes. About 65% of these students can do better when they see it. Using VR in the learning process is one way to make learning more interesting and inspiring.

# Sprinkle Some ELK on Your Spring Boot Logs

One day I heard about ELK stack and about its advantages, so I decided to get my hands on this but I`ve come to realize that all the material on the internet is somehow poorly documented or all the articles about setting it up are always missing something, so I decided to write my own article.

# How did we choose between React and Vue

It’s been a while since our company decided to revise some major parts of our system. While a lot of effort has been directed towards improving the architecture’s modularity and refactor the parts related to our business logic, it has also been decided to rewrite the web interface of our system using some of the modern frameworks.

# PostgreSQL – Explaining the EXPLAIN Command

PostgreSQL is undeniably one of the best DBMSs. It's open-source and community-driven, which has helped increase its popularity over the years. As of February 2020, PostgreSQL is placed on the 4th place by popularity, falling behind only Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, and Oracle.