As much as it would be simpler, software isn’t something we can ship and forget about, or even just keep adding features without revisiting architecture and design.
Almost two years have passed since I started the “ASP.NET Core: From 0 to Overkill” series. It’s time to shake things up a bit 🙂.
Sharing my experience about my path to learn about Kubernetes and prepare for the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam.
Microservices are all the rage for some time now, but are we using the right foundations to create them? In this post, we’ll look into a common design issue in distributed systems.
This past week I had the opportunity to attend Building the Future 2020, an event focused on digital transformation, so I thought about sharing some of the main topics that stuck with me.
It has recently been a year since I started working remotely, so I thought it could be interesting to share my experience, along with some particularities of my remote setting.
Well, this is a very written about topic isn’t it? I wasn’t going to write about it, given the myriad of articles that already exist on the subject, but whilst watching the news today some extra ideas on it emerged and I thought, what the hell, I’ll add one of my one to the never ending list. I’m not going for a pros and cons approach, those were already written plenty of times....
This is just too good not to share :) Original
And with this legendary quote  , I open the hostilities in this new blog. I’ve been thinking about creating something like this for a while, but the thought that probably I didn’t have much to add to the myriad of coding blogs and sites out there, and maybe a tad of laziness, has delayed me for a couple of years. My main goal is to talk about specific problems I had and how I solved them....