Our thoughts and feelings about our work

We got a tattoo

We got a tattoo

Camilo Nova Camilo Nova wrote this on May 24, 2016

We wanted to do something special for our Bogotá office this year. Few months ago we were thinking about having art on our walls, so we started to look for artists that could bring our idea to a reality.

Luckily for us we get in touch with Ricardo Zokos, a very well known and respected artist. You can see most of his work at his instagram account

How to make developers happy

Camilo Nova Camilo Nova wrote this on May 13, 2016

Using a raspberry pi as a TV dashboard

Camilo Nova Camilo Nova wrote this on Apr 19, 2016

Recently we get a Raspberry Pi 3 and we want it to use it for our TV Dashboard. We wanted to change it because the browser in the Smart TV was very slow and buggy. Now we have a browser running in Linux more faster and stable than the TV.

Here is what we need to to set it up:

Social Network Content

Social Network Content

Sara Martinez Sara Martinez wrote this on Apr 04, 2016

The digital industry has taken over the world, and every day there are more social networks and people with different gadgets that use them. This makes it increasingly difficult for brands to attract attention and create bonds with their consumers, so here are some tips that may work for creating content for social networks:

Which programming language do you identify the most with?

Which programming language do you identify the most with?

Felipe Gonzalez Felipe Gonzalez wrote this on Feb 29, 2016

As developers, we live learning new programming languages constantly either for work or personal projects. Depending on new technologies, we start to wonder which one is better than others and decide to make a change, in my case i believe that Python with Django is fast, clean and easy to scale so i felt to free to switch to it. Now i am working everyday using it and thinking it was the best choice.

So which programming language do you identify the most with?

Performance:  Improving Page Speed In Django Using PJAX

Performance: Improving Page Speed In Django Using PJAX

Pablo Vallejo Pablo Vallejo wrote this on Feb 09, 2016

There are several ways for improving the speed of your website and get faster page loads, among the most effective ones is preventing full page reloads and only loading the portions of the page that change.

Introducing Mission Control Dashboard

Camilo Nova Camilo Nova wrote this on Feb 03, 2016

Years ago we started making transactional platforms for our clients, as we operate bigger and more complex escenarios it was common to check on uptime status, security updates and other key metrics to better understand and control their businesses.

​Why don't disturb a developer in action

​Why don't disturb a developer in action

Ivan Ramirez Ivan Ramirez wrote this on Jan 18, 2016

Many times we found similar situations where a friend, familiar, work partner or pet interrupt a developer. When some people try to talk with a programmer doesn’t interrupt only your work, interrupts your brain.

Sometimes the connection between him and the code is total; all parts of his ody are connected 100% with an issue, and he needs to take all of his energy and apply it.

​Some activities require more brain power than others

Santiago Feijoo Santiago Feijoo wrote this on Jan 14, 2016

The 3 different types of mental resources (below) require different mental load. Visual requires more than motor, and cognitive requires the most mental load of all.

Motor (least effort): pressing buttons, moving the mouse, etc.

Visual: see things and take them in

Cognitive (most effort): thinking, remembering, making decisions

“One of the best ways to create a good user experience: reduce cognitive load.”

A good experience is the result of reducing mental resources—especially cognitive load.

The question often arises about whether to have a long page or a series of smaller pages you have to click to navigate through. Scrolling is a motor skill—it takes less brain power and is less tiring than clicking through smaller screens where each click requires a cognitive process to think about what to do.

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Block IP address with ufw

Camilo Nova Camilo Nova wrote this on Jan 12, 2016

An easy way to block an IP to access your server will be to use:

  1. $ sudo ufw insert 1 deny from XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX to any

This way you can prevent unwanted access attempts from a certain IP.


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