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Freddy Hidalgo-Monchez

I like to build things for web, mobile, microcontrollers, etc. My lifelong goal is to make Tony's Jarvis and Marty's DeLorean. Is that too much to ask for?

Location Montreal, Canada Joined Joined on  Twitter logo GitHub logo LinkedIn logo External link icon
Education

Electrical Engineering, B. Eng

Work

Software Developer at Genetec

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re: How i made a blog using my Dev.to Posts
Nice! I've been looking at easy ways to add blog posts to my ...
re: Is there a future for a front end dev who doesn't know how to use React/Vue/Angular?
I think in today's world you'll only get as far as the amount...
re: You Probably Don't Need a Mac
Yes! Butterflies, that's the only true way.
re: 5 books every developer must read before it's too late
I really enjoyed "The Passionate Programmer" and I don't thin...
re: You Probably Don't Need a Mac
I've been using apple products for 14 years and I've justifie...
re: Looking for C# Open Source Projects for a 1st Time Contributor
This is exactly what I've been asking myself these days too. ...
re: What's something you're currently learning?
It took me about a month maybe 5hrs/week but I was writing do...
re: What's something you're currently learning?
I've skimmed a lot of books and taken a few DS & Algo cla...
re: Don't Make These Mistakes Whilst Learning How to Code
Great article Sébastien, especially on tutorial purgatory. A ...
re: The Internet of Dogs: How to Build a $50 IoT Dog Collar That Locates Your Pet
Oh super cool! I've been hesitating to work on some hardware ...
re: My Portfolio Site... For You!
I really like your approach of centralizing the content you'v...
re: 🤷‍♂️ How I trained a neural network to turn you into an Archer cartoon
Wow that's really awesome! Did you look into cloud services t...
re: How to run successful projects
Great post Helen! The cost of not asking continuously 'What A...
re: The best investment you will make
Great food for thought. I spent a few years studying markets ...
re: My DDD journey
Great, I'll be sure to check that out. Thanks for your help R...
re: My DDD journey
Yes that's actually very insightful so thank you for taking t...
re: My DDD journey
Have your testing strategies changed with DDD? I'm currently ...
re: Why YOU Should Contribute To Open-Source
Hey motivating article! How much do you feel you've improved ...
re: Welcome Thread - v70
Hi everyone! Long time lurker here but hoping to contribute m...
re: What are you "old enough to remember" in software development?
The internet arriving by mail in a CD with a yellow man runni...
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