In this post I talk about why investing in good tooling is crucial for projects to move steadily.
It's been a few months going through a therapy that has helped me understand how my brain works and where the stress that I used to experience came from.
Before I fell in love with tech and computers, I used to draw a lot. I'm bringing that habit back and this is one of my most recent drawings, the so-known Oberbaum bridge in Berlin. It's drawn with water color.
With this simple tweak I managed to have a notifications-free GitHub dashboard with workspaces right on my email.
Not being mindful when contributing and maintaining open source projects might lead to burnout or low self-steem. In this blog post I talk about some principles that I applied to have a healthier relationship with the open source.
In the last months I've been investing a big chunk of my free time on building tools to make developers productive working with Xcode. In this blog post I reflect on what led me to start working on that tool, Tuist, and how I'm addressing some of the challenges that are presented when using Xcode at scale.
Stress and anxiety are the illnesses of the XXI century. I've suffering from them and I share in this blog post how it ended up happening and what I'm doing to overcome them.
In this blog post I talk about why I work on open source projects and what are the most important elements for me when starting an open source community.
I'm struggling to have focus nowadays. In this post I describe why it's so hard for me to focus, and the things that I'm doing to overcome the problem.
It's been a long time since the last time I coded something on Ruby. In this blog post I talk about why I started using it again, and how it feels after spending a few years working with a compiled language like Swift.