For a long time, I’ve been wanting to share ideas to all you coders out there, but my personal agenda had been really busy. Since I never could fix my agenda, I decided to start blogging anyway with the things I think would be worth spreading.
I’ve been working on private companies since ever, meaning that I’ve seen a lot, I’ve done a lot, but no one outside knows anything about that. What bugs me about this is not that my name is unknown to you, but that there are out there some major problems I had already efficiently solved at somepoint but no one (outside my current and former employers/colleagues) can benefit from the lessons learned.
This stops today.
I’m a lover of R&D, and I truly believe that the only way to become better is by analyzing, researching, testing, comparing and making your own conclusions. Nowadays, it’s almost impossible to do proper R&D if it wasn’t for two things: the good will of people wanting you to learn something (or get an issue solved) AND an accessible medium to distribute such knowledge (AKA “the internet”). Although I have discovered a lot of things by my own, I can say, without any doubts, that I wouldn’t have been able to reach some of my goals if it wasn’t because there’s out there people actively blogging and posting answers on forums to other coders’ issues.
I want to keep contributing to the world. You might learn a trick or two from this blog. If you want to know more about me, check my About Me page.