I've reinvented myself a few times throughout my career and it's that time again. Over the next 4 months, I'll be working as a full-time front end developer.
I finally picked up my blog again. After 2 years of blatant neglect, I picked up the shambles of the (now) previous version and started from scratch.
I've been neglecting my blog for over a year now. When I published my latest post a few days ago, I noticed that the site was a bit outdated (code, web framework, layouts, etc.).
I've always been conflicted about fan fiction. A mix of having so much stuff to read from well known authors and not bothering to look for high quality fan fiction (it's out there if you look long and hard) has led me to ignore it almost completely.
On the eve of Halloween, an early e-mail notified Coriant employees that a town hall meeting would be held at the company's premisses that same afternoon with one of our German overlords.
I've been thinking about the meaning of friendship.
A home away from home. That's what London will be for my wife from now on.
Social networks can be a blessing for information hungry people like myself.
I hate being ignored. It's one of my (many) pet peeves. Unfortunately, it's precisely the kind of antics seen in many technical recruiters.
Let me tell you a story. Once upon a time there was a little boy.
The New Year is upon us and it'll certainly go down in history as a year of hardship and sacrifice in Portugal. And here's why.
I'd been planning to do this since the beginning of 2012, but so much happened over the past eight months that it sort of slipped down the pecking order on my ToDo list.
After months of hesitation (due to both work and personal issues), I finally went ahead and created this modest web site.