In this blog post I talk about a recent decision that we made to start using reactive programming to model asynchronous tasks in Tuist.
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An update on what I'm up to these days with Tuist. In particular, I talk about the new website that I'm designing and implementing for the project.
Picked up my phone and dumped some thoughts on why I'm so engaged and excited to build Tuist.
This is a short reflection around something that it's common in our industry, professionals labelling themselves and limiting their area of influence.
Tuist has been of a great value for developers that found it difficult to extend their Xcode projects because Xcode exposed a lot of complexity to them. Having conceptually compressed those difficulties by leveraging project generation, it's time for Tuist to tackle a new challenge, reduce compilation times.
In this blog post I talk about what traits I expect a static site generator to have, and why I believe Gatsby is a more suitable option than other alternatives in the industry.
We are providing a new API from Tuist to define relative paths and this blog post describes the motivation behind it and the solution that we are adopting.
In this blog post I talk about a beautiful abstraction which Alex and I came up with to push Tuist's awesomeness even further.
In this blog post I talk about abstractions in the Xcode projects domain and how Tuist leverages the concept to conceptually compress intricacies of Xcode projects that developers are often confronted with.
This blog post is a reflection of a book that I recently read, "Stand out of light", and that talks about the attention economy. I explain how I've also been victim of the attention economy, and why I believe is important to regain it.