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This blog

This is my personal blog.

Here I take some notes about technologies, solutions and experiences I come across in my day-to-day activities as a software developer.

As is, this blog is written and built using the following stack:

  • Hugo: The world’s fastest framework for building websites.
  • Bulma: A free and open source CSS framework based on Flexbox.
  • Git: A free and open source distributed version control system.

The author

My name is Víctor Adrián.

I’m a fullstack developer. A problem solver at heart.
I can help you design, architect, implement and realize viable technological solutions for your business or company.

You don’t need a team for your MVP (Minimum Viable Product).
I’m a one-man army. :)

Can also work within a team, or lead one without problems.

Contact Info

adriandcs@gmail.com

You can email me, or let’s have a chat on Hangouts.

At the moment, I'm only interested in doing remote work as a contractor/freelancer.
We can meet to discuss and level the field, or do requirements/analysis meetings in-person/online when necessary.
Nonetheless, I like to do the bulk of work from home.

The three biggest pleasant surprises —or discoveries— I’ve had as a developer

When I encountered these, they made a profound change in my life as a developer:

  • Linux (Ubuntu, Manjaro Linux)
  • Version control systems (svn, git)
  • i3 improved tiling window manager

The first two are very well known, but the third is still kind of niche, but has really increased my productivity considerably. After using it for many years I could just not go back to using floating windows for my dev environment.

Have a look here if you don’t know what the fuss is all about when talking about tiling window managers.

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