Ham Is to Hamsters
I published my first web page in the server of my university.
COVID-19 Vaccination Progress
The (low) speed of the COVID-19 vaccination in Switzerland is infuriating.
Growing as a Developer
You will outlive IDEs. At some point you’ll find them bloated, slow, clunky.
From 2013 to 2019 I lived in a small town, thirty minutes north of Zürich by train, called Schaffhausen.
In November 2015 I attended the DO iOS conference in Amsterdam.
I have had the tremendous chance of working with incredible programmers through the ages.
Programming is a very opinionated activity. Unfortunately, those opinions are seldom based on facts, and most of them are futile, and lead to stupid arguments on Reddit or Hacker News or the comments section of a blog.
As the taxi rushed away from my old home along Avenida del Libertador, I looked through the rear windshield for one last time.
Probably the single most important skill that has always helped me when dealing with computers is the ability to type without looking at the keyboard.
As far as I can remember, I have always been fascinated by computers.
How to Desperately Suck at Cliches
I was born in Argentina. This fact, all by itself, provides a rather unlimited amount of smiles in every person I meet.
Since August 2019 I took the duty of publishing a weekly series of blog posts called “VSHN․timer".
I started my first blog in December 2004. But that was not my first website.
A Quest For A Better World
This is the presentation I gave at the third App Builders Conference in Lugano, Switzerland, April 17th, 2018.
The Developer Guide to Migrate Across Galaxies
This is the presentation I gave at the second App Builders Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland, April 25th, 2017.
Being A Developer After 40
This is the talk I gave at App Builders Switzerland on April 25th, 2016.