From time to time I try to organize my thoughts on words. As non-native speaker it has the advantage of being a fun way to improve my English. I hope all the posts you find here may be helpful the same way they have been to me.

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elementary OS theme for VSCode

If you are looking for a robust editor that looks like native on elementary OS, you should try the combination VSCode + elementary OS theme! The eOS theme brings to VSCode the nice look-and-feel you have on elementary OS Code.

There is no Eureka

After 16 years devoted to mathematics you start to see a lot of misconception about the learning process. For me, one of the most toxic misconceptions regards the Eureka effect. Apparently, people tend to think that some things which changed the course of humanity came out of nowhere.

Mirroring iPad/iPhone screen on Linux – Solutions to known issues

Recently I made a tutorial about Mirroring iPad/iPhone screen on Linux. The post has gained some momentum and I’ve received a lot of messages from some users who have ran into problems either during the installation of UxPlay or while using it. I did manage to solve some of them, so I decided to compile […]

macOS-like multi-touch support on linux

Recently I came across this beautiful implementation of multi-touch support by the developer Jose Exposito. After trying a lot of alternatives, this is the one which has given me an experience close to what I had on macOS. It is responsive, configurable and just works!

Styling WebApps with Firefox

If you want to let your webapps more integrated to the system or just want to give them a stylistic touch, this post is for you. Below you can see how I edited the look and feel of my webapps so they look better into the system: The idea is pretty simple: I created several […]

4 tips to improve your math writing

After some years working as teaching assistant, professor and researcher I realized that expressing my ideas in the paper is something that requires a lot of practice. Students/mathematicians are used to have a voice at the back of their heads saying out and loud: “I know how to solve it, but I don’t know how […]


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