I love development, and in 2006 I decided to start programming apps for iOS (which at the time meant iPhone): CeMacSoft was born. I made my first iPhone app, a free presentation timer. And then life caught up, I was underwater with work, and JustTime was not updated very often.
A couple of years later I moved to macOS development and made a couple of apps, which again I did not have time to maintain. KryptoSpace, the most complex, could transparently encrypt any folder on a Mac. At that point, I moved to Open Source, with HandBrakeBatch (HBB), a batch processor for HandBrake, which had considerable success. The code is on GitHub if anybody is interested; I stopped maintaining it when HandBrake implemented batch processing, although they never matched the features of HBB.
At some point, I fell in love with ruby and web development. I made a simple portal to allow HBB users to donate to charities, a photo sharing app for app.net (a cool social network, while it lasted).
More recently, I created a platform called LegacyNest, which unfortunately never really took off.
And now, I am CTO at TSC.ai.
I will mostly use this platform to blog about technology or other things that catch my interest.
I am a strong believer in the universal right to privacy, so I will not be tracking you while you are on this site, and I will let anyone else track you. All content, style, fonts, scripts used on this site are hosted locally; there are no calls to any external service or third party domain.
As a consequence, I have no idea if what I write is read by anyone and, honestly, I do not care ;-)
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