I was 10 years old when I first touched a computer. A micro-computer, as we used to say. It was a PC Intel 386, installed at the travel agency where my sister used to work. She operated it to write texts and spreadsheets, nothing more. It was just a modern typewriter. At that time, there was no internet but computers were not that boring because it was new, different from everything I used to play.Continue reading...
What I'm Reading
Clojure For the Brave and True by Daniel Higginbotham
The best book to understand well the magic behind Clojure. A fun way to learn the ultimate functional language with the goal of becoming a better programmer.
Building Evolutionary Architecture by Neal Ford, Rebecca Parsons & Patrick Kua
I've been working with JavaEE and Django applications, which are very oppinionated frameworks. Now, I'm looking for architectures that can easily communicate the intent of the business and evolve strictly to the point the business needs.