Mathematics graduate and self-taught web developer (backend lover and frontend experimenter). Worked building great ideas but some things inspired me to hit the road. Stopped for a while and built other stuff, some for fun. Podcast and Youtube addict. Long term traveler, created a website for travelers to make maps of your trips, and another for quick-bloggers. Freelance, book devourer, letter writer and handstand expert.
Do contact me if you have big ideas, or download my CV.
For the past years I have specialized in building powerful, customizable, flexible web applications, both manageable and easily usable.
As technology evolves, responsive websites, mobile-first and browser-friendly sites are emerging on the top.
Websites should be tools, not puzzles. Keeping it simple and help the user is my motto.
First year at University, first contact with the programming World. I learned C++ for study purposes
After less than two months, I started building some not-so-simple customizable, responsive websites for friends, family and personal projects.
Just after 9 months into the programming world, I started working at The Mamasú Agency. At that time we were a small company with big ideas. Now we are a big company with big ideas, working for the biggest cloud providers in the World.
And still growing.
A month after starting my new job, I created YouTubeGo, a YouTube viewer app with some improved features: Instant (watch first video result as you type), sidebar search (search and play a video without having to stop the previous) and many other features
After a good one and a half years in this big World, serious stuff begun to pour. I created my own PHP Framework (i.e. a powerful and customisable brain for all my future projects), refactored my website, created several other projects and understood the inner workings of this system.
Already while traveling, I had the idea of a website for people to create free interactive maps of their trips: Mum, I'm Here!. It has 300 users, and is under active developement and improvement.