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My Dotfiles configuration

So, this is a typical post found in the developer’s blogs, and since I’m trying to create the habit of writing technical stuff as a way to learn and share, I decided to start with this simple contribution.

Daily work

A developer toolbelt should fit him/her wrist and the daily grind and tech stack. For that reason, I would like first to describe my tech stack and requirements for a well fit toolbelt.


  • Ruby
  • Golang
  • Python
  • JavaScript
  • Bash
  • MongoDB
  • SSH

I prefer working in the terminal and found it very productive to write code and interact with servers everything from the command line. For that purpose, I currently use Alacritty, which is a fast TTY terminal, as describe itself as “a terminal emulator with a strong focus on simplicity and performance.” As a text editor, I choose vim with dein as a plugin manager. However, for JavaScript, I haven’t replaced a visual editor like Sublime or VSCode.

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Los datos de los clientes de Panamericana estuvieron expuestos

El pasado 5 de abril fuí a Panamericana a comprar un libro, al momento de pagar, la cajera me hizo la invitación a actualizar mis datos para que me envien la factura electrónicamente.

A guy monitoring weather

Found this blog post in HN, pretty interesting, I’m doing something similar, but the level of sophictication in his project could be used as inspiration for mine. Monitoring My Weather At Home 🌩️

A GPT From Scratch

A nice post explaining how to build a GPT model from scratch GPT from scratch