Different Motivations of Male and Female Software Developers and How We Speak About Our Work

I’m not the whiny type. Throughout all these ‘women in tech’ discussions I’ve always been against all feminist view angles. I’ve always thought ‘Shut the f*ck up, do your sh*t, behave like any other person and all will be well’. I’ve always refused to become paranoid and interpret everything that happens to me in the …

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The New STYLIGHT iPhone App

When I look back onto my journey as a mobile developer, STYLIGHT has always been close to my heart. It’s an online fashion platform encouraging people to share their style with the world, promoting social fashion discovery, rather than confronting us with the same brand-promoted clothing. There’s a special bond with STYLIGHT because four or five …

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FixVegas Project is Done!

For the past five-six months I had been in Brisbane, working with the Urban Informatics Research Lab at the Queensland University of Technology. The project, called FixVegas, had as final goal the creation of an iPhone app that would provide a tool to engage Brisbane citizens in urban planning projects and facilitate the communication between …

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