Your codebase is your garden

I always liked the your codebase is like a garden metaphor, it says that writing software is like gardening, you have to take care of your garden in many ways and from time to time you have to move plants around relative to each other, consider how to take advantage of the wind, rain and sunlight to help your plants grow and stay healthy. Every day you have to monitor them and make adjustments as needed. Like your code. But how can we do it in practice and become good gardeners?

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Consumer Driven Contracts

During our journey as developers, we often have to use external APIs, integrate our systems with them and be sure that everything works smoothly, sometimes it becomes difficult because suddenly the systems we are interacting with change their behaviour, breaking our integration.
How to prevent it?

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Hacktoberfest 2019

My usual post of the year about the Hacktoberfest is back! Even this year I participated in it and gained some swags and an amazing t-shirt ~

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Hack Week 2019

Another week is over, here in ThoughtWorks Barcelona but this time it was different from the others, it was full of new ideas and teams, at the end of it that was even a prize, a winner and a celebration. Are you wondering what’s going on, right?

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Incident Management 101

What’s an incident? What to do in case of an incident? How to be a great incident commander? Are you a good incident responder? This is what I discover during my Incident Management workshop in @ThoughtWorks this week, let’s take a look!

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ThoughtWorker

Finally,, I found time to write this post, I want to say it to the world: I moved abroad.

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Hacktoberfest 2018

Last year, as the previous one I partecipated to the Hacktoberfest and of course I received a lot of swag, do you want it too? ~

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ClIliad

A few weeks ago I changed my mobile phone provider in favour of a new company called Iliad so I created a new terminal tool to check the stats from the terminal.

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Stairway to vim

Today I started to work on a Scala project, I spend most of my time using vim (or in this case neovim) so I started to looking for plugins to write Scala using [neo]vim.

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