I started my career as a Software Developer around 2014 and this journey I learn that New and better things come out of sharing ideas with others. To fulfill this:
While I’m not coding I tend to share my thoughts in my Non-Tech Blog or spending endless hours in the kitchen cooking.
In case you want to get in touch with me, you can reach out to me via Twitter.
A responsive website to display information about events taking from Google Spreadsheets submitted by users.
A good looking portfolio starter for Gatsby integrated with Contentful CMS for developer and writers.
One of my favorite ways to document projects is by adding screenshots of how it looks, to provide a quick overview of what it does and looks like. Sadly these images are quite easy to get out-dated, and I was being forced to manually update them ... In this post, how I automatize this task by using Cypress and GitHub Actions.
End-to-end testing is a technique that is widely performed in the web ecosystem with frameworks like Cypress, Puppeteer, or maybe with your own custom implementation.
Implementing a maintainable icon system for a React and React Native project can be a hard task, especially when it comes to achieving the same workflow to add/remove/use an icon in all the platform (Web, Android, and iOS). In this post, I will share how we implemented a consistent icon system inside our component library at Omio.
Sometimes using types inside our application, it's not enough to make sure that it won't break on runtime. Because of that, we see ourselves forced to write validation for our entities manually. In this talk, I want to present a way that you can generate validators for all your types in your application automatically, and how to integrate this into your development workflow.
Same company, lots of teams, different technologies, developers battling outdated dependencies and copying scripts and configuration files all over multiple projects? Does this sound familiar to you?