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Computer Scientist and Software Engineer specialized in networks, but the most important thing: very passionate person who loves to making stuff in internet.

  1. Sailor, Components in the backend

    I started this summer trying something concepts and modifying the Sails core and finally I launch my own open source project. During this time I was in the Ironhack Web Development Bootcamp in Barcelona because I won the RITSI Challenge, but now is time to back at home. The new…

    on Sails, Sailor, Javascript, Ironhack, NodeJS, javascript

  2. 101: Survive a deploy with Heroku and Git

    Useful commands Logs in real time $ heroku logs --tail --app=appName Active production mode for Nodejs projects $ heroku config:set NODE_ENV=production --app=appName Restart application $ heroku restart --app=appName Setting scale $ heroku ps:scale web=1 --app=appName Added remote heroku repository $ heroku git:remote -a appName Bonus…

    on deploy, heroku, Git, git

  3. El papel del programador en la sociedad

    ¬°En el idioma de la patria! …

    on reflexion

  4. Your programming language sucks

    This week I learned a lot in Ironhack, but maybe for me this is the lesson of the week. Programming language exist because is a necessary some way to comunicate a human with a machine. It's all. And exist different programming languages because, like the real life, you can communicate…

    on Programming

  5. Chatting from your terminal

    If you are a real freak, you must hangouts/facebook/whatever-that-support-XMPP-protocol chat from terminal: How to 1) Install profanity and run profanity from your terminal: $ profanity 2) Setup the account that you want to chat, for example, if you can chat with hangouts (Google): /account add google /account set google…

    on Profanity, XMPP, bash, zsh, Terminal, ZSH, Bash