Today we’ll see how to write a SQS consumer that processes messages in a parallel, non-blocking way, using Kotlin coroutines.Read on →
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Hi I'm Juan! I'm a software developer from Argentina 🇦🇷living in the Bay Area. On this blog I share the things I learn on software development and other related topics.
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This is the third and final post of the Interviewing in Silicon Valley series. In this last piece I talk about how to make the most of your on-site, how to handle rejection and how to compare competing offers.Read on →
Welcome to the second part of the Interviewing Series! It’s time to cover the thing that terrifies most candidates1: the technical questions. We’ll see what different types of questions there are, and how we can prepare for them. We have a lot of ground to cover so let’s jump right into it.Read on →
For the past few months, I’ve been interviewing with different companies on the Valley, from some of the well-known giants to promising startups. Over the next couple of weeks I’ll be publishing a series of articles about the things I learned in the journey. This is Part 1.Read on →
Since Gradle 3.0 you can write your build scripts using Kotlin instead of Groovy. I was curious, so I decided to give it a try. Here are my thoughts on the process.Read on →