An Ode to the 99% Invisible 24/08/2022
I am fascinated by the complexity in the simplest of things. In the ingenuity, dedication and care that can be found in the most trivial object or gesture. In the architecture of a famous building, in the design of a national flag, in the ethics of building a prison, in an art installation.
Building a website with Astro: Frameworks and Services 04/08/2022
In this first post about creating my portfolio using Astro, I'll start by commenting on my process of choosing the parts that make it up.
Thoughts on Tailwind and utility classes 26/07/2022
Tailwind is a utility CSS framework. It is also one of the most polarizing topics in frontend discussions. I see passionate articles defending and attacking the concept with equal intensity. I will try here to analyze my experience with it and comment on whether or not I intend to use it in the future (spoiler: yes).
Astronomically Fun 18/07/2022
Astro is a new static website builder with a mission to minimize the code delivered to the end user. It is build upon the ideas of "islands", "partial hydration" and makes it possible to use other frameworks such as React, Svelte, Vue and Solid under one roof.
WordPress in my past, present and future 15/07/2022
WordPress is a monster: it powers more than 40% of the world's internet, it's versatile, easy to use and has great support. Over time, however, some of his qualities became sources of trouble. Here I discuss some of the pros and cons of the platform, which in my opinion has lost its universal appeal for developers.
An optimized way to include content blocks in WordPress 04/03/2019
In this post I will show a very flexible solution to replace the "get_template_part" in Wordpress.