About driver assistance systems

I like driving, I really do. If you want to learn how to drive, the best you can do is to practice, practice and practice. I’ve been lucky enough to drive some motorbikes and all kind of cars from small utilitarian, SUVs, crossroad and sport cars like the Mercedes McLaren SLR, Porsche Cayman or Ferrari […]

What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman

These days I’ve remembered a book that I read some time ago: Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman. “The organization chart of a crime family or syndicate mirrors the management structure of a corporation. At the top of the pyramid is a boss, or chief executive. Below him are an underboss […]

Unfollow inactive twitter users using c#

As part of my efforts for continuous learning I always try to read code from others. Today I have found on Codeplex a pretty cool library that helps you with the Twitter API called Tweetinvi, which the author defines as “an intuitive C# SDK for Twitter API”. Tweetinvi provides access to the Twitter REST API […]

Analyze hard drive space

Just a quick post to remind some tools that allow you to analyze how is distributed the hard drive space. From time to time you probably run out of space in your hard drive and you need to delete unused data. One option is to browse through the Windows Explorer and check one by one […]

Do you want a motivated person? Then, do not demotivate him

As a manager and mentor there is always a point when someone asks you what do you do to motivate your team. That’s a great question and it is something that you should be asking yourself from time to time. However, the answer is something that I’ve been changing quite often during my career. If […]