Almost 6 years ago, I posted a guide on how to easily make “cappuccino freddo” coffee at home and according to my web stats, it’s still a very popular post. Since then however, I have simplified and improved my technique and I think it’s time to refresh the guide.
Reblog from George Adamopoulos : a great guide on how to make the famous greek-style cold coffee, Capuccino Freddo. It’s a must 🙂
I’m Jim Andrakakis. I’m a senior software engineer from Greece; with roots from Crete, raised mostly in Athens and since 2012 living in Switzerland, near Zürich. I’ve been coding since I was ten, and will probably continue until I’ve malloc()’d a block in the Great Heap In The Sky. I’m an incurable coffee addict, a firearm enthusiast, a cryptography hobbyist(*) and I’m perpetually tormented by 3 beautiful women 😊
As my friends know, my official first name is not Jim, it’s Dimitrios (usually used as “Dimitris” in Greece). Jim is the equivalent in English. There’s a small backstory to why I introduce myself this way, but it’s not important.
So that’s my new blog, which I started after Jux announced that they would be shutting down. Real pity; it was a great platform, I loved it.
So from now on I’ll be posting here my random thoughts, recipes, code and what-have-you.
(*) please don’t confuse cryptography with “crypto”, i.e. anything to do with bitcoin and crypto-“currencies”. For what it’s worth (which is not much) I believe that the blockchain (the mathematical concept that underpins most cryptocurrencies) has to potential to facilitate some useful applications. But caught in the mania of bitcoin, which is an almost ridiculous concept, it has been blown completely out of proportion. Thus any effort to apply blockchainin a useful way is invariably doomed, due to it being so unbelievably overhyped.