The last stretch of the year

less than 1 minute read

I wanted to apologize, first to myself and then to you because I have this place a little bit abandoned, but it’s because a really good reason.

No message, no connection in LinkedIn

4 minute read

I think this is something that almost anyone with a LinkedIn account has suffered or happened to them… an invitation to connect that comes out of the blue from someone you don’t know. No message, or just the standard message, no explanation, nothing… just an invitation in your LinkedIn inbox from someone, usually with a happy face —maybe a fake ...


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I just discovered which is a service to annotate and highlight articles, posts, pdfs or whatever text you want and find all over the web and in any site. In their own words:

What have I been doing these last years?

19 minute read

Since some people has asked me this once in a while, I think it’s going to be a good idea to write a small0 post about what I’ve been doing these last years since I left Spain. I think I’m going to give it the shape of an informal resume / curriculum where I’m going to talk, superficially, about each of the things I’ve been doing.

Analyzing my personality. Bottom line

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This is just the final post of the series of post about my personality. It’s been quite fun, but really hard, analyzing myself —or try to— from the starting point of the 16pernalities test. I wanted to write the final conclusion as a separate post mainly because I want it to encroach all the other three post and I don’t think this bit really fit...

My other personality trails

7 minute read

I’ve been trying to dissect my results in the 16personalities test about my personality in previous posts and I would like to continue, and finish talking about how they think my big 5 trails are.

How I schedule post in Jekyll

3 minute read

The other day I was explaining how I publish my blog using CI. Today I want to explain how I schedule post in my blog while still involving CI.

How I publish my blog: Using Continuous Integration with Jekyll

7 minute read

As I’ve mentioned before, this blog is build as a static website with Jekyll, which allow me not to worry about data bases, logins or anything of the sorts when I’m publishing and managing the web. I use the free tier of GitHub Pages as hosting, which has its downsides and upsides. The main upside is, it’s really convenient and free. On the othe...

Cleaning a GeoPackage after merging

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The other day I was talking about how you can merge several GeoPackages files in a single GeoPackage —just because you wanted or needed that way. Problem is, sometimes some of the data or information that those GeoPackages contain could be redundan. In my particular case, some information was redundan because the GeoPackages contain forest data ...