In 23 days
I created a library to produce web animations. Glorious Demo simulates the use of a Code Editor and a Terminal to demonstrate some code in action.
In 24 days
I created a multi-language static blog generator based in Markdown. Triven powers my personal blog and allows me to post articles also in Portuguese.
In 45 days
I created an English Augmented Dictionary called Typenik - available for Web, Windows & Mac - to solve peculiar needs of non-native English speakers.
All those side projects were fully covered with automated tests.
My name is Rafael Camargo. I am a programmer, designer, and believe it's quite possible to build very quickly software that works very well.
It is the denouement of a story that started last year when I, a front-end developer, decided to study Ruby and SQL. In the final step, the challenge was to build an API using Rails and PostgreSQL.June 30, 2022
When we visit our own website, analytics end up including data we wouldn't like to be considering. Instead of wasting time on complex strategies to solve this issue, discover a simple way to ignore yourself from your own website stats.May 31, 2022
What would be the best way of allowing custom date formats for articles? And how to make it possible to keep posts out of the blog homepage? Discover in here the strategies I adopted to implement these new functionalities.April 12, 2022
I haven't ever had any trouble to locate the gate indicated on my boarding pass. I have no difficulties in detecting where and when will happen the event announced on an invite received by email. Reading has always been an easy task.March 20, 2022
Believe it or not, every software gets tested during its development. The option 'no tests' may exist in theory, but they are always made in practice. The point is how you do them.November 28, 2021
My goal was modest: one single license sold until the end of this year. One inch of trade. Miles of satisfaction.October 29, 2021