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atom

Back to my own editor war

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When I thought I was gonna keep using Emacs I realised I needed to overcome some performance problems that weren’t easy to fix. That made me start my researc...

Comment package for Atom editor

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A couple of weeks ago I took over a package from havber, He didn’t have time to maintain it anymore and I thought it was a good idea since I didn’t like the ...

Rest-client for Atom, StrictSSL option

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@watsonjon has implemented a StrictSSL option so It’s possible to use the rest client with self-signed certificates (handy for development), thank you!

Ample theme for the Atom editor

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Last week I spent some time working on two themes based on the one I use for Emacs, Ample, the ample theme and the ample light theme.

My two weeks using Atom

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I’ve been using the Atom editor for a couple of weeks, to give it a try. I found it appealing, but not yet for the every day use. Here is why.

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ansible

Using Drush (Drupal) with Ansible, new role

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Drush is a good solution to automatise installation and configuration in Drupal from the command line, if we combine It with Ansible It makes Drupal environm...

Gitlab CI configuration, Ansible and Drupal

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Yesterday I wrote about how I configured the Gitlab CI runner for my projects, now I’m gonna show you how I configured the testing environment for Ansible pr...

Sentry and Ansible, process and thoughts

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At Selltag we have been migrating some services to have a more organized environment. It has been the perfect moment to configure and document the servers de...

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ghost-post

Ghost blog for Emacs

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Since I decided the path to the best editor for me is finished (for now) I decided to improve my experience with Emacs. I started learning some Elisp and the...

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python

H4ckademy workshop

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Last week I was in Madrid and I had the opportunity to contribute a bit to H4ckademy, a great iniciative from my friend Israel Gutiérrez.

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emacs

Back to my own editor war

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When I thought I was gonna keep using Emacs I realised I needed to overcome some performance problems that weren’t easy to fix. That made me start my researc...

Ghost blog for Emacs

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Since I decided the path to the best editor for me is finished (for now) I decided to improve my experience with Emacs. I started learning some Elisp and the...

Ample theme for the Atom editor

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Last week I spent some time working on two themes based on the one I use for Emacs, Ample, the ample theme and the ample light theme.

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rest-client

Rest-client for Atom, StrictSSL option

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@watsonjon has implemented a StrictSSL option so It’s possible to use the rest client with self-signed certificates (handy for development), thank you!

My two weeks using Atom

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I’ve been using the Atom editor for a couple of weeks, to give it a try. I found it appealing, but not yet for the every day use. Here is why.

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php

NacexBundle, a PHP bundle

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Today I am releasing one of the php bundles we made for Selltag, the NacexBundle.

ExtendedArray for PHP

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Today I released an ExtendedArray for PHP, you can check It out in Github.

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drupal

Using Drush (Drupal) with Ansible, new role

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Drush is a good solution to automatise installation and configuration in Drupal from the command line, if we combine It with Ansible It makes Drupal environm...

Gitlab CI configuration, Ansible and Drupal

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Yesterday I wrote about how I configured the Gitlab CI runner for my projects, now I’m gonna show you how I configured the testing environment for Ansible pr...

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dwm

i3, the tiling window manager

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This year I’ve been in a journey to be more comfortable with my window manager/desktop, dwm served me well for a long time, but I needed more flexibility and...

Elementary OS, thoughts

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Two months ago I left my beloved window tiling manager dwm and gave an entire new system a try, Elementary OS.

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symfony

NacexBundle, a PHP bundle

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Today I am releasing one of the php bundles we made for Selltag, the NacexBundle.

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clean

Clean Code, comments

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Some months ago I finished the Clean Code book, I already wrote about functions, today I’ll write about my highlights regarding comments,

Clean Code, functions

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I am reading Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftmanship. Here my highlights from the Functions chapter.

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architecture

Clean Code, comments

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Some months ago I finished the Clean Code book, I already wrote about functions, today I’ll write about my highlights regarding comments,

Clean Code, functions

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I am reading Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftmanship. Here my highlights from the Functions chapter.

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spideroak

Spideroak

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I’ve been using a new backup solution, SpiderOak. SpiderOak is a Zero-knowledge solution, that means 100% of the data is private and only readable by you, en...

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django

Sentry and Ansible, process and thoughts

1 minute read

At Selltag we have been migrating some services to have a more organized environment. It has been the perfect moment to configure and document the servers de...

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coffeescript

Rest-client for Atom, StrictSSL option

less than 1 minute read

@watsonjon has implemented a StrictSSL option so It’s possible to use the rest client with self-signed certificates (handy for development), thank you!

H4ckademy workshop

less than 1 minute read

Last week I was in Madrid and I had the opportunity to contribute a bit to H4ckademy, a great iniciative from my friend Israel Gutiérrez.

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gitlab

Gitlab CI configuration, Ansible and Drupal

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Yesterday I wrote about how I configured the Gitlab CI runner for my projects, now I’m gonna show you how I configured the testing environment for Ansible pr...

Gitlab CI configuration, the runner

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A month ago I started working in a new project, Last time I wrote about how I built my development environment from the Virtual Appliance received, today I’m...

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ci

Gitlab CI configuration, Ansible and Drupal

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Yesterday I wrote about how I configured the Gitlab CI runner for my projects, now I’m gonna show you how I configured the testing environment for Ansible pr...

Gitlab CI configuration, the runner

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A month ago I started working in a new project, Last time I wrote about how I built my development environment from the Virtual Appliance received, today I’m...

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coffee

Comment package for Atom editor

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A couple of weeks ago I took over a package from havber, He didn’t have time to maintain it anymore and I thought it was a good idea since I didn’t like the ...

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javascript

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blockchain

CI/CD on a Hyperledger Fabric project

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Today we bring you the second post of this series of technical articles regarding development with Hyperledger Fabric. Last time we talked about how we test ...

Testing chaincode on Hyperledger Fabric

4 minute read

Hyperledger is the Blockchain family of tools and frameworks for permissioned networks. At The Neon Project we’ve been working with solutions built with Hype...

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hyperledger

CI/CD on a Hyperledger Fabric project

3 minute read

Today we bring you the second post of this series of technical articles regarding development with Hyperledger Fabric. Last time we talked about how we test ...

Testing chaincode on Hyperledger Fabric

4 minute read

Hyperledger is the Blockchain family of tools and frameworks for permissioned networks. At The Neon Project we’ve been working with solutions built with Hype...

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vim

My two weeks using Atom

2 minute read

I’ve been using the Atom editor for a couple of weeks, to give it a try. I found it appealing, but not yet for the every day use. Here is why.

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elementary-os

Elementary OS, thoughts

2 minute read

Two months ago I left my beloved window tiling manager dwm and gave an entire new system a try, Elementary OS.

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arch

Elementary OS, thoughts

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Two months ago I left my beloved window tiling manager dwm and gave an entire new system a try, Elementary OS.

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archlinux

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vpn

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openvpn

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i3

i3, the tiling window manager

less than 1 minute read

This year I’ve been in a journey to be more comfortable with my window manager/desktop, dwm served me well for a long time, but I needed more flexibility and...

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chromecast

Chromecast, first steps

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A friend of mine gave me a Chromecast for my birthday, and I gotta say I found it very nice and full of possibilities. Plenty of Android apps are prepared fo...

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development

Chromecast, first steps

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A friend of mine gave me a Chromecast for my birthday, and I gotta say I found it very nice and full of possibilities. Plenty of Android apps are prepared fo...

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behat

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deploy

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composer

ExtendedArray for PHP

less than 1 minute read

Today I released an ExtendedArray for PHP, you can check It out in Github.

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functions

Clean Code, functions

2 minute read

I am reading Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftmanship. Here my highlights from the Functions chapter.

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backup

Spideroak

1 minute read

I’ve been using a new backup solution, SpiderOak. SpiderOak is a Zero-knowledge solution, that means 100% of the data is private and only readable by you, en...

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sentry

Sentry and Ansible, process and thoughts

1 minute read

At Selltag we have been migrating some services to have a more organized environment. It has been the perfect moment to configure and document the servers de...

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postgresql

Sentry and Ansible, process and thoughts

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At Selltag we have been migrating some services to have a more organized environment. It has been the perfect moment to configure and document the servers de...

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mysql

Sentry and Ansible, process and thoughts

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At Selltag we have been migrating some services to have a more organized environment. It has been the perfect moment to configure and document the servers de...

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nacex

NacexBundle, a PHP bundle

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Today I am releasing one of the php bundles we made for Selltag, the NacexBundle.

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nixos

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geary

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phpcs

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selltag

Adios Selltag

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Selltag, la novia a la que hemos cortejado, hemos comprado bebidas, ella nos las ha comprado a nosotros también, invitado al cine, bonito mientras duró, pero...

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tornado

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chat

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event-driven

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ample

Ample theme for the Atom editor

less than 1 minute read

Last week I spent some time working on two themes based on the one I use for Emacs, Ample, the ample theme and the ample light theme.

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theme

Ample theme for the Atom editor

less than 1 minute read

Last week I spent some time working on two themes based on the one I use for Emacs, Ample, the ample theme and the ample light theme.

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golang

H4ckademy workshop

less than 1 minute read

Last week I was in Madrid and I had the opportunity to contribute a bit to H4ckademy, a great iniciative from my friend Israel Gutiérrez.

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testing

Gitlab CI configuration, the runner

1 minute read

A month ago I started working in a new project, Last time I wrote about how I built my development environment from the Virtual Appliance received, today I’m...

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drush

Using Drush (Drupal) with Ansible, new role

1 minute read

Drush is a good solution to automatise installation and configuration in Drupal from the command line, if we combine It with Ansible It makes Drupal environm...

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lisp

Ghost blog for Emacs

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Since I decided the path to the best editor for me is finished (for now) I decided to improve my experience with Emacs. I started learning some Elisp and the...

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comment

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sublime

Back to my own editor war

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When I thought I was gonna keep using Emacs I realised I needed to overcome some performance problems that weren’t easy to fix. That made me start my researc...

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rest

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delft

Bye bye Delft

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After four years living in this amazing city we moved back to Spain, Cordoba.

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spain

Bye bye Delft

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After four years living in this amazing city we moved back to Spain, Cordoba.

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personal

Recap

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Quite a ride, my last post was written when I was still a member of Reply.ai, I had a six month young girl and maintaining a couple of Atom plugins.

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git

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vscode

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quality

The Journey to control Code Quality

3 minute read

Coding, programming, developing, name your action! Such a funny and exciting amusement, sometimes going wrong under stress or when lacking experience in a ce...

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cicd

The Journey to control Code Quality

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Coding, programming, developing, name your action! Such a funny and exciting amusement, sometimes going wrong under stress or when lacking experience in a ce...

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codacy

The Journey to control Code Quality

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Coding, programming, developing, name your action! Such a funny and exciting amusement, sometimes going wrong under stress or when lacking experience in a ce...

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management

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onboarding

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