Web developer with interest in data science. Enjoys trying out new technologies.

Quick iterations are essential to test concepts, discard bad ideas and get focused on what  may actually solve our problem. When I first started using Python, I used scripts for everything. Scripts are awesome to automate stuff and can be easily integrated into bigger programs. They work, but are they perfect? The definitely introduce some … Continued

Every single time I had to upload an app to the app stores, it was a pain…until I met fastlane! At our company, there was always someone that ended up in charge of releasing new app versions to the store, and it could take that person around 1 hour to make changes, review details, release … Continued

Flutter is a framework for mobile UIs. If you check the description on their site, they present flutter as: Flutter is Google’s mobile app SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. I have used Cordova, Ionic/Ionic 2 and React native and was trying out QT Mobile. I was looking for some tool … Continued

I had an application that required loading some images and performing operations on them. Depending on the size of the images, the memory requirements of the application could make the whole system crash. This needed to be stopped… or at least understood. Looking around, I found several tools to diagnose my problem, and I tried … Continued

Information is power, and people like power, so there are people specialized on stealing your information. Internet is in an arms race between security experts and malicious agents, where every day new vulnerabilities are discovered, abused and patched. It is never a problem of “if it happens” but a problem of “when will it happen”. … Continued

You just picked up this framework named Django, played around with it’s ORM for a while and you love how easy you can work with it. You start to notice that your perfect page is taking ages to load. You check your django-debug-toolbar and you find that your view has more than 100 queries!!! This … Continued

Once you have a site on production, new needs start showing up. For us one of those needs was to be able to send information to our users when something was happening to the application, like some update or maintenance. There are two simple approaches to this issue: Create a notification system and send the … Continued

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Since the moment i started using SSH to manually configure my servers i noticed the issues with this approach. I was going over and over to my servers to perform the same tasks. If i am doing the same thing every time, why can’t i just write a script to automate the process? Well, you … Continued