So, my last blog was on July and I’ll use this one to talk about a bit of the stuff I’ve been messing with in this time.
Open source stuff
If you look at my GitHub profile the activity in those last couple months or so was rather low.
Those green dots are mainly commits in my little side project pets, I worked on it doing internationalization and I hope that when it’s 100% done the project will be useful to more people. It was a very straightforward job, my only complain was the inconsistency between the compilemessages and makemessages commands. But this was fixed on Django 1.9 so when I upgrade the project to the next LTS release of Django everything will be cool here.
Continue reading “[EN] What I’ve done in the last months”
I’m going on an adventure
Three months ago I quitted my job as a Java developer and move out of desktop development for the first time.
Currently, I’m working as a web developer, both backend and frontend, at a university in my hometown. A lot of new things to learn, an environment completely new.
In this project, we are a team of two developers. The application is almost 15 years old and the source code is a disaster. All the developers that used to work in this project left the company almost at the same time.
When I decide to accept the job, our initial idea was to modernize the frontend stack, that was besides from using old technologies and have a completely messy code; and to restructure the backend code to better separate the responsibilities.
Continue reading “[EN] I’m a web developer now”