Today, I had a direct discussion with a colleague about a topic that I never really thought about: categorizing a developer. Now, let’s get things straight – categorizing (or labeling) something or someone, isn’t wrong. There are some cases where it’s more irrelevant than wrong. For example, I label myself as a bissexual woman. There…… Continue reading I am developer… right?
Especially to you. Since I started working on IT, I have to admit that my salary has increased to a comfortable income. Not to say I am suddenly rich or anything, but at least I can have the money to actually buy decent things. This last week, sales have started in Lisbon. So, after Christmas,…… Continue reading What you wear, matters.
As is custom, Christmas is spent with the family. This year we thought about spending just the two of us but decided against it. So we came back to the capital. The big difference between the capital and Fundão is not only the size and confusion. It’s the stores. In Lisbon, I can find literally…… Continue reading Lucky Christmas Eve
I remmember my first “Final Fantasy” game very well. I was in seventh grade and I became so addicted to it, that it came to the point it was the only thing on my mind. I remember when my brother gave me his PSOne when the PS2 came out. Along with the console, came a…… Continue reading The Final Fantasy
Last Saturday, me and my boyfriend went to Viseu, which is one of the big cities in Portugal, looking for couches (never thought it could be so hard to find that perfect couch!) and going around the city (which was huge!) I had the sudden realization that, if I had to move there, I wouldn’t…… Continue reading Where your home is
I remember the first time I played a game, digitally. I was four or five years old and I used my older brothers computer. I have no idea what its model was, but I can remember that it had no mouse and everything was keyboard input (oh, how I love keyboard input since I have…… Continue reading The game of (my) life