At the moment, I do not maintain a regular blog, but I write some stuff here and there. Here’s a collection of the writings I have spread around the web.

“If you find me, hand me at the nearest cafeteria” — Said no ID card ever

Medium (published to Hacker Noon), September 2017

Sunday morning thoughts on identity theft

4 bad things about Medium’s Claps

Medium (published to Product Coalition), August 2017

From a “user meets product manager” perspective

Scrum in agencies: where does the Product Owner live?

Medium, July 2017

Implementing Scrum in a standalone organisation (such as a product company) derives directly from the framework. Yet some aspects are open to interpretation for Scrum teams in an agency providing software development services to clients.

“I need a shoe!”

Medium (published to Product Coalition), April 2017

A product management metaphor for focusing on the users’ problems, not feature requests

Stop saying “Hi!” on Slack!

Medium, February 2017

How Slack’s Threads help your team blossom

Medium, January 2017

From the point of view of a Product Owner who enjoys openness.

Trello in Agile Teams

Medium (published to Product Coalition), October 2016

This is a companion post to the talk I delivered at Pixels.Camp on October 6th, 2016 (video on YouTube), with advice from my experience using Trello in agile software development. Disclaimer: I’m not affiliated with Trello or any other entity or brand mentioned in this post.

A Day in the Life: inviting college students to view a software house from the inside

Premium Minds blog, September 2014

Premium Minds participated in an initiative which included hosting college seniors for a day, working together with our teams. This post tells how the experience went.

O Metropolitano de Lisboa está sem dinheiro para mais museus

Público’s “P3”, February 2012

I have an amateur interest for public transport networks, and a strong opinion on some aspects thereof. In this article in Portuguese, I talk about the lack of growth of Lisbon’s subway network, and the relationship with the grandiosity of its stations.