Trust is key for open source projects to thrive. In this blog post I explain what trust has meant for Tuist.
In this post, I explain how we are able introduce changes and release new versions of Tuist with the confidence of not introducing bugs or breaking things.
A reflection on what's one of the most important things to me when building software, the people that make it possible.
Short reflection on how beneficial it can be turning negativism into something positive.
Some comments on what's the state of art of macOS handling deeplinks.
With the recent GitHub announcement of personal projects, I'm considering using GitHub as a todo platform where I can not only keep track of work-related tasks, but also personal ones. In this brief blog post I talk about how I used to organize myself, and why I think GitHub projects might suit my needs well.
Tuist is my most beloved open source project. In this blog post I touch on the motivations that led me to build it.
This tiny blog post contains some thoughts on the rants I often see about apps written in Electron and what's my opinion on the framework and the apps written with it.
In this article I open myself up and talk about some of weaknesses that have been with me for a long time and that I'm currently trying to overcome.
A retrospective on what 2018 has been