Reflections on past, present and future decisions.
Tasks and habits are actions that I want to accomplish daily to improve personally and professionally. So, setting up a personal organizer that includes tracking tasks and habits helps productivity when many things nowadays are distracting. That is why it’s essential to be aware of what small actions encourage you to be productive and iterate […]Read More
More and more people are interested in owning some digital asset built with blockchain. Either Non- Fungible Tokens (commonly known as NFT) or Bitcoin, there is no denying that blockchain technology has gained traction over the years. The most conventional digital asset is cryptocurrencies. Although many people see cryptocurrencies as investment assets, it is vital […]Read More
Cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and Puerto Rico. Words that currently generate discussions throughout the different communities on social media. Every week there is news about some cryptocurrency. It’s either about gaining/losing value or a blockchain investment. But, it wasn’t until recently that those words transcended from the technology sector to the financial, media, academia, government, and other […]Read More
A couple of months ago, I published a video pin on Pinterest that has been generating many reactions ever since. Taking that as a sign that there is an interest in my night owl home office, I’m sharing the details in this post! You can find a Spanish version of this post here too. Home […]Read More
The internet is one of the most critical networks humans have invented until now. You do not need to be in an exact location to be able to write, read, listen to, and see information or digital products that come from different parts of the world, which is fascinating. That’s why women in web development […]Read More
I turned one year of writing code full time sometime in the 31 days of August that just recently ended. Honestly, I cannot believe how fast time has gone by. I remember reading different articles from programmers about their first years of writing code, and be thinking: “When I turn my first year of coding […]Read More
A frequent question I get asked when I talk about my career change from industrial engineering to web development is: “Is your Industrial Engineering knowledge useful for Web Development?” To be honest, I also asked myself that question before leaping and switched careers. But the more I learn about programming web-based products, the more I […]Read More