About This Blog

I first launched "Dailygrind" in 2005 as a web enthusiast and it served as my personal repository of programming thoughts (unexpectedly, it inspired designers as well in The Webdesigner's Idea Book, Patrick McNeil). I resumed my beloved "Dailygrind" because I rediscovered the pleasure of writing but also because I find blogging an indispensable medium for learning technology.

This version of the blog will explore my personal views on topics of Frontend Engineering and in general of what I find interesting in the world of frontend as it evolves.

Topics I will be covering:

  • Javascript
  • Typescript
  • Html/Css
  • Frontend Tooling
  • Python or PHP (less frequently)
  • Software Engineering

A little note on this blog's stack: a minimalistic PHP app with a flat file datasource, routed by Klein and presented by Laravel Blade. All content is written in Github flavoured Markdown and compiled by Parsedown.

I hope you will enjoy my articles. Feel free to connect with me.