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Social media drama

I just closed my Twitter account and I’m alright, thanks for asking. I didn’t post very often, but I did follow some friends and journalists there so that made me a semi-active user, I guess. After Twitter, I’m not sure what’s next. I have a Mastodon account that I’ve been...

My setup in 2023

Hard to believe, but it’s been 9 years since I wrote a post about the things I use for work, so I think it’s time for an update. I also recently saw this is becoming a trend in personal websites, so let’s do it. Hardware 16” Macbook Pro, 2.6 GHz...

New home office

Super excited about my new home office. With two little ones running around the house, the “laundry room turned office” solution I used during the pandemic wasn’t working anymore, so my SO and I decided to install a shed in the backyard and I couldn’t be happier with the final...

FigJam Templates

FigJam is an online whiteboard tool made by the creators of Figma. A bit more straightforward than Miro, it’s a great tool for ideating and brainstorming with your team and I’ve been using it a lot in the last few months. This is just a small collection of templates and...

Vivaldi

Firefox has been my default browser for the last few years, but recently I’ve been getting tired and frustrated with the direction it’s taking. There are design issues like those new disconnected tabs that irritate me. The lack of support for Progressive Web Apps is also a big issue: I...

Next Chapter

Some personal news. After more than six years working at Goldstar Events, last October I joined Trimble. Goldstar was home but I felt it was time to try new things. Trimble is an international company specialized in products (hardware and software) used in Construction, Civil Engineering, Transportation, Agriculture, Geospatial, and...

GitHub Archive Program

21TB of GitHub’s public repositories have been printed in film and buried in the Arctic, so they can last a thousand years. And you know what? Since this blog is hosted in GitHub, it has been included too! I guess now I don’t have to worry about backups for a...

WFH

In 2010 I was living in an apartment in Valencia and working from home, something not that common back then. But I didn’t like it, at all. My work day wouldn’t end until 6 or 7 or 8 pm, and I decided that working from home wasn’t for me because...