Crossing The Desert With Zerus & Ona And The Oases Along The Journey

Last month I visited Springest, where I used to work as a software developer some years ago. One of my ex-colleagues, who has been following the project of Zerus & Ona since the start —more than two years ago now— asked me to share with the team some of my biggest learnings during this time. … Continue reading “Crossing The Desert With Zerus & Ona And The Oases Along The Journey”

A Story About "Windows"​ And The Importance Of Diversity In The Tech Industry

It’s been some time now since I finished reading The Shallows, what the Internet is doing to our brains by Nicholas Carr and I keep thinking about the following passage: David Levy, in Scrolling Forward, describes a meeting he attended at Xerox’s famed Palo Alto Research Center in the mid-1970s, a time when the high-tech lab’s engineers and … Continue reading “A Story About "Windows"​ And The Importance Of Diversity In The Tech Industry”

The 9 Milestones Of A Pictures Book And The Optimum Times To Complete Them

“Completing a book is like a marathon, it can’t be done in 2 days. Could you give us some numbers on how long did it take you?“, Klaus asked at the book launch party during the Q&A.  The audience didn’t see my answer coming and found it surprising. So, I’d like to elaborate on it, listing the milestones … Continue reading “The 9 Milestones Of A Pictures Book And The Optimum Times To Complete Them”