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Building Formula: A close look at the icon

Formula is a great product and is receiving a lot of great feedbacks and since the beginning of this year, I was planning to make a full redesign to it, for two reasons: 1) I can and I love to code 2) it’s growing fast and the sometimes it fails within the design. So, this […]

Meet Nomi-PC: My new machine

These last few weeks have been very intense for me and one of the things that happened in those last few weeks was the long awaited message from the Post Office: “Object left for delivery”. Ahhh that message delights. My computer was coming. So, I used my old notebook for a while, and it’s pretty […]

Hello WordPress, how are you?

If you follow me for more than one year you probably know that I’m a Windows developer and also, a aspnet developer. I start on the web business with aspnet (after the Blogger). So it was natural for me to write my own CMS (like WordPress) on aspnet. And that was what I made. You […]

Going beyond translating a website

So a client had made one little challenge to me, put his website in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Easy peace. For sure make this is pretty simple, and I had been doing that for a couple of year, websites with more than one language: I have some experience with that, so why did I doubt […]

Developer note: the difference of v2.1705.188 to v2.1705.189

Hey my people, Saturday I released one new version of Formula – Universal Code Editor, with incredible fixed for bugs that was annoying a lot of people, like saving files with only one line. And besides that, now it has a privacy policy, as I understand that this is a product that is growing up […]

Released Formula v2.1705.189 – see what’s new

I’m glad to announce that today, I’m releasing a new version of Formula, with amazing new fixes. And before that I had to say something, about Dark Mode: I’m receiving  a lot of great feedback about it, and I do love the dark mode (if you haven’t seem, I’m building one Edge extension to transform […]

Let’s go Opensource

I am happy to announce that today, every of my app is now open source and you can help me improve all of this amazing apps. I spend the last days moving all of the codes from VSTS to Git. Why? Only one reason: to be open source. When I moved this project, I also […]

A small update

The app #NeverEver was with a awful bug since the previous update, making it not working in some cases. I spend all night long fixing it and besides today update (that is available right now) I am sending a small update that will be available as soon as possible.   Also, every app will have […]

April update rolling out: awesome news for “Conjugar”

Today I am rolling out an update for every app, here is the changelog: I am taking to a more core experience, now the about page is the same in every app, also the language support and code. That means that it is easier to fix bugs in every app. And because of that, this month […]

Dropping support of Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 apps

Ok, so another sad news. With the release of Windows 10 Mobile I will no long support Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 applications. The process of developing one app takes a long time, and for old versions of Windows it is necessary to build another app for Windows Phone 8.1 and another for Windows […]

#NeverEver and #TrueOrDare are going to be ended.

It is with sadness that I announce that the ‪#‎NeverEver‬ and ‪#‎TrueOrDare‬ apps will be no longer supported. They will receive the April Update (with include: better language support for every app, and a lot of amazing bug fixes), but this probably is going to be the last update for then. There is a possibility […]

About the March Update for every of my apps!

Last year I was crazy and tried to make one app every week. For 5 weeks I had focus in made 5 apps. It worked, but this apps has a lot to be improved. I’m not going crazy this year, but I am going to commit in release one update for every app every month. […]

Livecoding.tv: let’s stream everything!

Last year I discovered a website and started to love it. livecoding.tv. What is that? Well, if you look to the video content that is coming to youtube, you are going to discovery that now, more than ever, it is streaming contents. Games, talks, events, everything (and by everything you know what I’m talking about)! But […]

From TortoiseSVN to Visual Studio Team Services

Ok, January was a busy month for me. I was planning to have vacation this past month, but I had to much work. Seeing people refactoring, unifying and rebranching their work makes me motivate to do the same and improve my way to work, and my sources. I reserved the month of January to do […]

OpenSource project: PeopleTileInsideApp

I like to start new projects, sometimes just for fun. I have a folder called YOLO, and it is reserved for this fun projects. I pretend to make every project in this folder opensource. But for now, PeopleTileInsideApp is the first. Let me talk a little bit about it. Well, it is a weekend work […]

A top secret project: Project Miami

Once a year I have a big project. In 2014 I release on of the most download app in the Windows Store: “Resultado das eleições 2014”. The app showed who was winning the presidential election in Brazil. And in 2015 I planned, and succeeded, to release one app a week, in total 5 apps. And […]