The author

I'm a Portuguese web developer currently switching between London and Berlin, staying at the latter at present time.

Currently, I work with the good folks at GatherContent as a front-end developer, also lending a hand at some UI design when the time calls for it. I seriously enjoy doing a bit of the many different worlds in development, but front-end is definitely where the heart is.

I maintain a separate website for my work at ricardofilipe.com. Why I do this, I have no idea. It's also incredibly outdated, you've been warned.

The blog

This blog is built using Jekyll and hosted on Github Pages, and of course you can check out its source code. As well as serving as a blogging platform, it's also an excuse for me to try different patterns of development on the client side, so structure here is very experimental and bound to be changed a lot!

The original theme upon this was built was Pixyll, of which I stripped pretty much all markup and styling, but kept some of the Jekyll functionality as this was my first stab with the blogging platform. Big thanks and credits to its author!

The author

I'm a Portuguese web developer currently switching between London and Berlin, staying at the latter at present time.

Currently, I work with the good folks at GatherContent as a front-end developer, also lending a hand at some UI design when the time calls for it. I seriously enjoy doing a bit of the many different worlds in development, but front-end is definitely where the heart is.

I maintain a separate website for my work at ricardofilipe.com. Why I do this, I have no idea. It's also incredibly outdated, you've been warned.

The blog

This blog is built using Jekyll and hosted on Github Pages, and of course you can check out its source code. As well as serving as a blogging platform, it's also an excuse for me to try different patterns of development on the client side, so structure here is very experimental and bound to be changed a lot!

The original theme upon this was built was Pixyll, of which I stripped pretty much all markup and styling, but kept some of the Jekyll functionality as this was my first stab with the blogging platform. Big thanks and credits to its author!

Tagged with development

Immutable changes to Objects and Arrays in JavaScript
React Render Callback Pattern
Feeding different server responses into a Node.js render with Promises
Hardware for Front End Developers
Set up a testing environment with React + enzyme + Mocha
Making a weather station using Arduino and web sockets
Multi line overflow ellipsis with CSS
Getting started with Arduino, johnny-five and Websockets
React Tabs Component
Creating a pre-push Git Hook
Reverse loops with Sass