So, you want to be a programmer?

Plenty of people are wannabe programmers. They’ll tell you about their idea, all the research they’ve done, the cool features they’ve come up with. Very few actually do anything about it.

How I wrote two books in a week

I’ve published two books on Amazon in less than a week. More specifically two sudoku puzzle books. I didn’t want to publish just another app. I choose something you can print and touch. A book was the best choice.

How to generate PDF from web pages

10 years ago I used some PHP libraries to generate PDFs. It’s time to move on.

Building secure and reliable systems

A new (and free) book from Google about building secure and reliable Systems… The Google way!

A weather API with Node.js, OvernightJS and TypeScript

While cleaning up my GitHub account I’ve found this little project I made a while ago: a weather API with Node.js, OvernightJS and TypeScript. I was pretty proud of it (it’s 100% TypeScript, there’s automatic documentation, linting and tests), so I said: “Let’s write a post about it”.

How to find the perfect solution

Let’s say you have a huge programming problem to solve. How do you solve it? What’s your approach?

FOSDEM 2020

I love my job. Conferences are one of the best part of my job. FOSDEM is one of the best conference I’ve attended.

A simple WordPress plugin to create flash briefing skills for Alexa

With my stupid simple WordPress plugin you can make your blog serve Alexa content for flash briefing skills

About software architecture

A good architecture is important, otherwise it becomes slower and more expensive to add new capabilities in the future Martin Fowler: Software Architecture Guide

Let’s go remote!

It’s time for programmers to push for 100% remote jobs. The “Remote Only Manifesto” is what our profession needs. Now.