2019 in Review
Another year went by, and although I haven’t blogged that much this year, quite a few things did happen. Let’s take a quick review of them.
As you know, I attended FOSDEM 2019, back in February, and it was an exhilarating event.
I also took the opportunity to dive more into functional programming with Scala, by completing the online course in Coursera (which I highly recommend).
On the open source front, I started with some humble contributions to the grpc project, with the goal to add asynchronous support for the Python implementation.
I also read many interesting books. Among those about software engineering, I would also like to recommend Software Creativity 2.0 by Robert Glass.
What to look forward to for the 2020? I would like to repeat the
FOSDEM experience, and keep on contributing to open
source projects, as much as possible. There’s also the possibility (however I can’t promise anything), that I might
start a YouTube channel, with content similar to the one on this blog. But as always there will be more that I can’t
anticipate; the best is usually the unexpected!
Happy 2020 to everybody!