Done is better than perfect
I'm undertaking some mentoring at work with the main goal of becoming a better developer, whatever that means. I've been striving to ship more work without sacrificing on quality, and in trying to do that for the past 6 months I learned a couple of lessons I wanted to write
I joined remote.com
After two and a half years working remotely as a contractor and going through the pain of managing my taxes, having a precarious work setup and losing some employee benefits I was very hesitant of keeping an open door for contracting work. After looking for jobs in the Elixir space
I left my first paying job
This is a bittersweet post. I tweeted [https://twitter.com/goncaloptomas/status/1443512391833169922] about the topic the other day, but here I tried to gather my thoughts a bit better. There's something special about first everythings. The first crush, the first date, the first breakup, etc, all have a special
A recipe for a great multiplayer game
Most people I know, people that have played more than smartphone games, can usually pick out at least one game that truly has left a big mark on them, and everybody does it with ease. Knowing that sometimes we agree on how great a particular game was, can we define what makes a game great?