I`m back to youtube! Running like a crazy! Yeah! Thanks dear subscribers!

I keep asking myself is that if`s is possible to believe on that. During 2012, back when as I was a PHP teacher in a technical course, I uploaded to Youtube just to facilitate to my students (about 30 students) part of the material that we ware working on class.

Happened that maybe 2 of them subscribed to my channel. But... people all around Brazil started doing it! And by now, 2 years latter, with no new video since September 2012 I`m with about 650 subscribers! Awesome gorgeous fucking crazy stuff!! Thank you guys!! Very very thank you!



Amazing is the numbers! people already spent 2979h (almost freaking 3k hours) watching my videos. This things and also a willing to get some money with ads got me back to producing. Yeah, I`ll do something good again. My plan is to cover a good set of tools, frameworks and programming languages. I`m not sure with witch one I`ll start. The thing I`m sure is that I`ll do it in English (and transcript to English), and then write subtitles to Portuguese, German and Spanish. Maybe French in a near future.

Well, follow me!
My Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/heltonritter
My Transifex account where the translations will go on: https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/2014-and-after-on-youtube/

2014-09-28 07:35:00
Computers and science as a way to live

As you may know, I`m a programmer, I work most in web projects, but not only. This area is a mess! Each day you have to recycle what you know in many ways. The thing is, a knowledge that change so often can`t afford wait to be translated to Portuguese for instance, at that time, the known will be already deprecated. English to me is a functional requirement. I can`t imagine my daily life without it. I have been studding English for serious since 2009. In this section you can see what I`m working on. Have fun as I do.
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"A vida é curta demais para ser pequena / The live is so short to be small / Das leben zu kurz sind für kleine sein". (Benjamin Disraeli)