I decided to expose myself more and more, I like to share my opinions and experiences (you can say reading this blog), and this time I decided to attend as a interviewee for a well known Podcast in Italy talking about something I’ve done for 3 months, are you curious about it?»
Since the beginning of my career in this industry, I’ve always been fascinated by the open-source world.
After so many years of contributing on my own, this year, I finally joined for 3 months an open-source team within VMware and discovered how an open-source team works.
In this article, I’m going to tell you more about this open-source journey and how it went. Let’s go! 🚀
A few weeks ago I passed my AWS Certified Developer Associate (DVA-02) exam and I thought it would have been nice to document how heck I accomplished to do it on a first try, and of course provide some hints to whoever wants to do the same. 🧑🏻💻👨🏻💻»
🎉 I am thrilled to share that I have recently achieved my AWS Certified Developer – Associate certification! ☁️🧑🏻💻»
Mastodon is a new hot-trend topic, so I spent some time trying to wrap my head around it.
The decentralisation is an exciting part of Mastodon; if tomorrow I don’t like the instance where my account resides anymore, I can always switch to another instance and bring all my data seamlessly. It’s fantastic, except that now it’s like having another account with a different address, so I need to share it with my “audience” again and again.
Doing some research, I discover how to create a custom alias for my Mastodon account to have it always pointing to my current account; let’s see how!
This year one of my annual resolutions was to be more present online.
I want to be more visible and share more content.
I want to create more articles and share them with more people.
Learn from feedback and grow the number of people with whom I interact.
I recently moved from Notion to Obsidian and one big problem I’ve had to face was how to sync my desktop instance with my android mobile one without having a paid plan on Obsidian.
After some researches, I discovered how to do it smoothly…
It’s been a while when I started using notional tools for my day to day. I use these tools constantly, trying to use it as a second brain.»
Two years ago I completely changed my life joining Thoughtworks. I moved abroad (Spain) and I grew so much in so many levels that it’s difficult to explain it…»
As a greedy learner, I used to find myself full of bookmarks of stuff I want to read or watch. I’ve never had a good place to keep all the things I read/watched until I found Toby.»
Ah shit, here we go again. Another year passed, and another Hacktoberfest is over. I’ve just received my swag, and I can’t be more excited!»
I’ve finally found the time to customise my Github’s profile. It shows some interesting stats about my activities, without any external browser extension, how?»
Today I’ve talked with ItalianCoders about my experience abroad as a Software Developer. With me other five developers who are working around the world, talking about their experiences and why/how they decided to move abroad.»
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 ~»
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?»
Finally,, I found time to write this post, I want to say it to the world: I moved abroad.»
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? ~»