I've been working at Cornershop since 2015. These days, I work as their Head of Engineering helping tech and product teams to delivery more and better avocados.
I'm part of the founding team and because of the tendency to roll-up-my-sleeves I've had the opportunity to wear many many hats throughout these awesome years.
Even though I've been working on a more managerial role over the past couple of years, what I enjoy the most is to create products that have a positive impact on people lives.
I feel comfortable working as an individual contributor or as a manager. My favorite CS topics are Distributed Systems, Maintainability, Software Architecture, and Observability.
I had participated on awesome projects ranging from pro-bono ONG consulting, to create my own videogame company back in the days.
Each of these experiences have provided me countless learnings that have helped me to grow as a person, and as a professional.
Before the pandemic started, I would've suggested to meet in person and to have some coffee (sounds wild! amirite?). As the situation is not improving that much, we have to fallback to the virtual reality.
If you wanna give it a shot, you can schedule a 1-1 meeting so we can have a nice conversation.
🎸 Even though my day job entertains me a lot, I have other interests as well. I like to run half-marathons, play the guitar, walk my two beautiful dogs, and to record new episodes for my podcast show called El Síndrome del Impostor (Spanish).
📟 Also I've been super nostalgic these days, and I decided to do tech-archeology work reading and learning about old tech (blog coming soon).
🐦 And if that's your kind of thing, I shitpost on Twitter a lot.