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Welcome To Modulismo

My name is... well, you can call me "Memorious." I'm a software developer, who spends most of his days staring out of a window on the twentieth floor of an office building, but this is not all in vain. During those moments, and when the days are sunny and clear, I get a good view of the Brooklyn bridge, and boats of all sizes passing under it. It's also during those moments when I think of neat things to build, or when problems get solved; mainly the ones that require some analysis.

I'm an ecommerce developer, but I also like building android apps whenever I get a chance, which is not often, but I try.

If you're wondering what this site is about, well, this is where I test the modules I build, and, sometimes, when I'm not being lazy, I manage to force myself to write about interesting findings I come across during my days developing. I will also try to release some of the modules I build because I'm a glutton for punishment, and I can't wait to hear everyone's positive feedback about them :D.

P.S: "this work is solely my own and not in collaboration with any one of my employers. yadda yadda yadda"

The Jaguar Knights were members of the Aztec military. They were a type of Aztec warrior called a cuāuhocēlōtl, an elite military unit similar to the eagle warriors. Following the warrior's path was one of the few ways to change one's social status in Aztec culture. Eagle and Jaguar warriors were full-time warriors who worked for the city-state to protect merchants and the city itself. They were expected to be leaders and commanders both on and off the battlefield, and acted as sort of a police force for the city. Men who reached this rank were considered as nobles and elites of society, and were granted many of the same privileges as a noble. Designer: Caroline Sarrette. By, @carolinecsb

An easy-to-use and configurable Magento module for accessing Intagram's API. With this module you'll be able to take advantage of most of the methods available to the public in the Instagram API. As long as you're able to set up (or have) an Instagram dev account, and can create a client for this implementation you'll be on your way.

Dan Carlin will make you enjoy history more and more with each episode. His enthusiasm for the topics he chooses is the driving force behind all the amazing episodes of this great podcast.

This episode give us a glimpse into the powder-keg that was Europe in the late 19th century and early 20th century, and the events that set in motion the gigantic and destructive force that was WWI. I recommend it!

Dear Lord! The amount of hours that must have gone into this set... This is one of my cousin's ( @kimarcii ) many digital paintings. She's got a large amount of cool digital art, which I hope she can some day put up in her website. They're all great, extremely detailed and surreal. I'm definitely a fan!

If you're at all curious to read how it will all end for us, and begin for them, get this book. It's all so plausible, and scary!

At the beginning of 2014, after doing some minor Android development, I found myself no longer willing to do Magento development in the way most agencies and developers were doing it (I.E. dragging and dropping with impunity). My frustrations only increased every time I found myself digging through previous Magento builds just to pull out features, to add into other ongoing projects. It felt unclean! The processes in place for Magento development we had back then turned me into a code scavenger, and oftentimes the scavenging didn’t go so well. I complained more than ever to the poor souls willing to listen! Something had to change.