As I was walking around downtown the other day, this grafitti caught my eye.[continue reading...]
Back in the days when I worked in consulting, most folks on my team (myself included) were tired, burned out, and fed up with working nights and weekends.[continue reading...]
A/B testing is instrumental in measuring anything that a computer can count. It’s great to measure simple actions, such as a user tapping a button or conversions, but you shouldn’t base long-term product decisions on these results.[continue reading...]
One of the best features of SwiftUI is being able to preview your code during development, but did you know that you can also use SwiftUI to preview your old-fashioned UIKit ViewControllers and Views?
Here’s how…[continue reading...]
Back in November 2020, and after a few long conversations, we decided to sell everything we owned and move to Spain. Between preparations, paperwork, and a long garage sale we finally got here last week, with just a few suitcases and both our pets, Tesla and Oli.[continue reading...]
Most of our apps rely on network calls to work, and thanks to URLSession and Codable, consuming REST APIs has become a lot easier these days. That said, we are still writing quite a bit of code to deal with async calls, JSON encoding and decoding, HTTP error handling, and more.[continue reading...]
I’ve been with Automattic for some time, and it’s been a fantastic ride. Since I joined, people have asked me about the hiring process, so I decided to write about my experience.[continue reading...]