Trying to add error tracking to Tuist, I realized how the process is not very straightforward. This blog post describes the process that I followed to help other Swift developers add error tracking to their CLI tools.
In this mini-post I talk about some recent work that I've done in Tuist to support defining Info.plist files in the manifest file.
In this blog post, I talk about my experience using one of Foundation's APIs, Process.
This post contains the video of the talk that I gave at AltConf about why I think it's important investing into tooling and some tips to build great tools.
A random reflection about Tuist and why I'm so glad working on it.
This is a short story of how Xcode projects can end up being very complex and hard to maintain.
Just an observation of a trend that I've seen in our industry: developers rushing to be the gain the label of expert in a given technology.
A brief post talking about my experience speaking at AltConf 2019 in San Jose.
On this blog post I talk about an idea that I'm pondering for Tuist. In the aim of abstracting implementation details from Xcode projects, I think there's an opportunity for Tuist to abstract `Info.plist` files which are barely modified by developers after they get created.
Because it's just ok not wasting all our precious time into the unceasing professional growth.