Posted in: self.
2012 has been a big deal for me:
On May I graduated, taking my master degree in computer science after 5 years of hard work.
On July, I’ve successfully passed the Cambridge exam for the CAE certificate. This means I now have the C1 level in English.
On June I started my first work. I landed an internship at MBDA.
I started contributing on my first Haskell open source project, Snap. Working on another, high-regarded project has been a wonderful experience, I’ve learned a lot and I had the satisfaction to see the result of my work included in a new release.
On November, I landed a job on functional programming (Scala to be precise) at Cake Solutions.
A better understanding of Haskell. I’m on the right track, but I want to make the jump into the advanced world.
Slightly related to the first point, I want to build myself a small algebra background, especially in the category theory. I will help me to sharpen my Haskell’s skills as well.
I want to submit at least a tiny patch to GHC, because I want to be a part of the community and do my part.
I want to continue improving Snap and helping Doug and the other outstanding devs to make it better.
I will be a hard path to take, but I think it will be rewarding. Happy new year everyone,