I’m a Magento freelancers and I’m always struggling to find other freelancers to collaborate with.
I also know customers (store owners or agencies) that are (same thing) always struggling to find freelancers for one or more projects. Continue reading
You have a good amount of traffic on your Magento store but you can’t flush the cache because the server load will explode and the whole website will go down? Continue reading
I only have one single Apple product, my 2015 Macbook Pro Retina, a beast of a machine, the best laptop I’ve ever had (also the most crazily expensive one!) and I truly love it, but this is not the point of this post. Continue reading
A few days ago Magento released the 2.0 version of Magento U Fundamentals of Magento 2 Development. Everything is updated, study guides, videos, exercises. Continue reading
Some of you may know I recently switched to a Macbook Pro as my daily driver working computer. I never used an Apple compluter or an Apple operating system so I wasn’t really aware of how the experience would be.
Now I can say I had enough experience with Windows (some versions), Linux (lots of distro for about 10 years) and OSX so today I was going back to some good old Ubuntu… wait… good old? Continue reading
…for a specific release? Continue reading
So, after the last couple of weeks I had to take a deep breath, a project I was really believing in was killed so… Continue reading
I’m working in the IT since 15 years, I’ve been entrepreneur and CTO and freelance, I’ve seen a lot of good and bad decisions in these years, this is probably the worst ever, take a seat and enjoy the ride. Continue reading
As a freelance developer I use my résumé almost daily, it’s my main tool to get new jobs. I also have other websites, like:
- a personal “commercial website”, which is more or less just my CV plus a few other things
- a tech blog
- some websites for some of my personal/open source/commercial projects
Obviously I have a LinkedIn profile, which is also a very important tool for my job. Continue reading
Time goes bye, but that doesn’t mean I’m not thinking about the new version of P4A almost every day… Continue reading