A monthly personal newsletter by Hugo Martins. Mostly about software, infrastructure and computer science. Occasionally about books and culture. If you believe you might be interested in reading it, you should subscribe!
You can read samples of Disposable Archetypes on the archives or you can read some popular essays I’ve written elsewhere:
How to Access Host Resources in Minikube Pods?
Building a Private Terraform Registry
PyInstaller + PyFiglet = Trouble
Using require and check Functions in Kotlin
Improving pytest’s –collect-only Output
I’m Hugo Martins, a Software and Infrastructure Engineer from Lisbon, Portugal.
I like to build and break things. Lately, I’ve been working on tools that improve developer’s lives and productivity. Sometimes I also dabble in automating stuff and optimizing infrastructure. These days I write Python, Go and Kotlin.
Currently, Senior Site Reliability Engineer at Talkdesk, formerly Claranet. I have a Bachelor’s in Computer Science and a Master’s in Information and Business Systems. You can review some of my projects here.