Accessibility, transitioning to existing teams, surviving a stroke, and balancing work, life and training for triathletes.
1-on-1s, seniority, surviving a stroke, and balancing work, life and training for triathletes.
Bridge week, humility, workplace wellbeing, and privacy in ad industry.
Transitioning, ad-privacy, app startup growing pains, and diversity.
Communication architecture, bias on few seconds of speech, gender bias in leadership, management tips and Basecamp controversy.
Trends in tech, tasks vs user-stories, DE&I, management and mosquitoes.
Tech leads & EMs, improving the daily standup, better devops, hire for weakness, another big tech company harassment story.
A new season starts
A fresh start
This is the perfect example of what you can do with hardware/software/art and teach & learn on the meantime.
Today, I found a strange behavior in UICollectionView and I wanted to share it with you.
It's already been two weeks in the big apple and it's starting to impress me in some good ways.
I'm on the move, again. Next week I'll be starting a great job in New York in an amazing company located in Soho, New York. It's hard to explain how excited I am about starting over again, new city, new job, new friends but I'll try.
The last weeks I've felt like if I was in a state of stagnation. The worst thing is that sometimes I really feel like it. It's strange to see the tricks the mind plays with yourself so I thought writing about it was a great exercise to let that idea go (for a while).
After writing the previous article, I realized that there are a lot of tools that I left behind. I've used some of them eventually in projects. Some others are completely new for me but I'll try them in the future.
In the latest 3 years I've been using some great apps, tools, technologies to create iOS apps. Some of them have already disappeared, some of them are new and some have just evolved with time. Here's a list of them.