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Martín Pérez

Engineering leader who works remotely and loves mountain biking, family and side projects.

Location A Coruña, Spain Joined Joined on  Personal website https://koalatravel.app github website twitter website

Education

A Coruña University

Work

Engineering Lead at Webex Platform @ Cisco

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Oracle to Kafka — Playing with Confluent’s new Oracle CDC Source Connector in Docker

Hi Simon. I'm curious, have you explored Red Hat's Debezium? ...

Certifications - worth it or waste?

20 years ago I was one of the first Java certified programmer...

Finding a remote job is hard, here are 6 tips for having a better chance

You might try contracting. Sometimes it is easier to get a ...

The 3PM code review rule

Never was an issue. I think it's because every two weeks we...

Finding a remote job is hard, here are 6 tips for having a better chance

Sales positions are often remote-friendly, as very usually ...

The 3PM code review rule

Way to go Cristina. Love your approach.

When Do You Become A Developer?

Software engineering is ( although some people hate this ) ...

How to create effective Pull Requests

You can always append corrective commits when this happens....

How to create effective Pull Requests

Btw, edited and added a section about Single Responsibility...

How to create effective Pull Requests

Squash is valid when there is a lot of back and forth within ...

How to create effective Pull Requests

This is totally right and great advice, especially as PRs t...

Changing job - How often is too often?

4 jobs in 4 years on IT would be seen as a yellow flag for ...

Nevertheless, Maddie Coded

That is an incredibly brave an inspiring move Madeleine. Re...

10 years of remote working. This is what I have learned so far.

I'm paid for backend. You probably can write a post for the...

10 years of remote working. This is what I have learned so far.

Pretty cool Miguel! I just added it. Thanks.

I Can't Do It All: My Burnout Story

Thanks for your article Molly, it's really helpful to every...

10 years of remote working. This is what I have learned so far.

That would deserve really a totally separate topic. My cont...

10 years of remote working. This is what I have learned so far.

Becoming a better developer depends on the environment. A r...

What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most?

I am downloading it. Seems like a great read. Played so man...

What are good ways to learn software architecture and systems design?

I've read tons of books about the topic but if I have to pi...

What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most?

If we expand the topic to books about software history, I h...

What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most?

Actually, I have The Phoenix Project and although not stric...

What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most?

I think I want to read that one.

What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most?

I have Game Engine Black Book: Wolfenstein 3D and although ...

What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most?

And I'll start myself: Masters of Doom: The awesome hist...

Code Coverage is Useless

I agree with your points. I usually define code coverage as...

Infrastructure diagrams as code

Well done Raoul. I believe if you now get rid of the librar...

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