Mamae is now free

I started working on Mamae on Mar 2014. At the time, my wife and I developed the application based on common issues reported by new parents...

Free book

Today I released "Versioned APIs with Phoenix" free book. It covers three different strategies on API versioning with Phoenix...

Phoenix API versioning: Accept Header

This is the second part of the API versioning series. This post shows how to achieve API versioning using the Accept header...

Phoenix API versioning: URL

API versioning allows you to response with different content, based on the information sent by the client. Let's see how to do that with Phoenix...

Deploying Elixir releases

I have seen great posts about Elixir release deployments lately and I would like to share my experience deploying Elixir releases to production...

6 months with Elixir and Phoenix

I have been using Ruby/Rails for 8 years and although I’ve used different technologies over that period, I am sure 95% of my time was spent in Ruby/Rails projects. For the latest 6 months...

The hero culture

If you have ever worked in a software company, is very likely that you already worked with a “hero”. If that’s the case, you will remember how hard it was to work together...

Featured by Apple

Today, I am really proud to see Mamae in the "What's Hot" section of AppStore. It's really great to see that pink heart logo there.

Mamae in the press

Mamae (my iOS app) was featured in the press. Check it out

Mamae is released

I am happy to share that I am releasing my second iOS application to AppStore...

New iLearn: English

In July 2013 I launched the first version of iLearn: English. Today I am releasing the new version of iLearn, featuring iOS 7 UI...

SinatraSimpleRouter

I am open sourcing a project that I have been using a lot lately. You can easily define routes and some rules...

Comparison between Rack, Sinatra and Webmachine

Benchmarking Ruby and Erlang

From idea to feature

Final post of the series where I write about pet projects and how to start, keep motivated and release them

Finding time for pet projects

Second post of the series where I write about pet projects and how to start, keep motivated and release them

The pet project

First post of the series where I write about pet projects and how to start, keep motivated and release them

Healthyr - Rails app performance monitor

Open sourcing a lib I created to benchmark Rails apps, using ActiveSupport::Notifications

Download files from a FTP server using Ruby

Sinatra JSON output

Rails - core extensions - Date

Rails - core extensions - Array

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