Software Engineer. I am constantly learning and growing. I love supporting and building communities.
My main roles had been related to software development and consultancy, cloud deployment and infrastructure, project management with agile methodologies, Marketing, entrepreneurship, and team growth.
I also am a technical writer and speaker.
Outside the programming world, I'm an amateur photographer and martial artist.
Working for clients such as Warner Bros. Discovery and Autodesk.
Help other people grow as Career Mentor.
In other activities, I'm a Globant Cultural Ambassador. Also, leading communities at the country level and volunteering in technical and social activities.
I like to share knowledge and I became a tech writer for Globant's Medium blog. Besides that, I keep presenting talks as a technical speaker.
I was part of different projects which included but not limited to: Developer education and advocacy (technical documentation platform), real estate, genetics, advertisement. I worked with teams for large companies such as Twilio and Okta. I was appointed to be tech lead of small teams (up to 10 members).
While working on my assigned projects, I made the SB community team grow. Starting as Quito Lambda meetup coordinator to organize events such as code challenges, meetups with international speakers, social media coordination, and Hacktoberfest execution.
I also contributed to the community with Open-Source, I won hacktoberfest tee twice. I wrote techincal tutorials and blog posts that I list at the end of this document. I was a speaker at local and international conferences.
I worked in desktop applications and overall project support.
We care for women's safety. I developed the idea of building a wearable device with a panic button to notify friends and family in case of an emergency against personal integrity. This low-energy Bluetooth is paired with a mobile application and with a back-end that manages the logic. I built the entire technical workflow from scratch: back-end, front-end consumers, native mobile apps for Android and iOS, and low level embedded systems programming.
This start-up aimed to be a Coursera-like platform with video game development courses. I designed the back-end software from scratch which includes but not limited to course progress, learning paths, and recurring subscription management.
I built a front-end cross-platform highly performant application for specific devices.
I was part of the Research Program on Teaching and Learning Technologies. I worked as a Research Assistant and Software Developer with projects for the European Commission (such as 731001).
In my year at this company, I was part of the team that redesigned and rebuilt the website. I also was part of Marketing initiatives that improved the social media engagement to mass consumers.
Articles and Publications
Awards in hackathons
Talks and Workshops
Acceleration programs winner