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A blog about code and stuff
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.
Hope you like it! ❤️
You might think that being a backend engineer means you’ll never have to draw anything more complex than a bunch of boxes connected with arrows (or hexagons if are going all cloud native). This is simply not true, and that’s why you’re here.
At some point you’ll find yourself producing system diagrams, flow-charts, slides, mockups, maybe even icons! So, let me show you some tools and tricks I picked up over the years to fake it at design.Read on →
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 →