(Techno) Optimism in a country full of despair: Untangling the Paradox

The digital world, free from the corruption of third-world countries, is our last frontier. Exploring it can be a treatment against the disease of despair.

Mental hacks as a slow but functioning programmer

Insights from a very slow process of falling in love with coding through the years, even if it always keeps kicking your ass.

I finally started my own video game, my failed startup pushed me to do it

The pandemic must be one of the most unusual times for most of us. The pandemic changed our lives in ways we could not even imagine. When hell broke loose it was a strange time in my life, I had just started to settle on a new calmer lifestyle outside of the big city in which I lived since I was born and all of a sudden, that was gone. I went straight into panic mode, not just because of the fear of the virus but also because I did not know what to do with my life in this new reality so I went back to do what a non functional adult would do: doing the things I wanted to do as a kid.

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