Lately, I’ve seen a lot of friends making weekly retrospectives, in spanish. I decided to jump on the bandwagon and start doing it… except, of course, this is an all-english blog.
First weekly retrospective:
- Met with Ana Mareca to design her new soon-to-be website+blog+portfolio. We decided to do a simple, one-then-three column layout for both portfolio and blog, with a small header for categories and logo.
- I started to keep a bit more care on my social media stuff. Got in line with Buffer and Feedly, improved my website looks, updated my social media photos and a few more things.
- Made my very own wordpress theme for this blog, based on
what I already had in davidfrancos.net’s CV, wich ended up l0oking really cool.
- Met with a client for a project (yet to be released) involving raspberry pi and a REST API, hope to opensource some of the code soon.
- Broke my cherry keyboard (damn coke). Replaced it with a old ergonomic keyboard.
- Tried to deal with a client that is giving me some troubles at the time of payment (I’ll write a full post about what to do and what to do not based on this)
- Started two openerp plugins for neodoo, one of them will probably be reusable on other proposed project.
- Went to ViernesAbiertos (OpenFriday) at the local hackerspace, dlabs. There I helped (and learned to) fixing a UEFI + linux install and an old computer wich needed NDISWrapper for the wireless PCMCIA card (I’ve got a draft ready for this).
I saw a Prusa I3 steel IRL, and ate a few Darth Vader cookies, courtesy of feliprint.