My journey as a programmer started when I was 15 thanks to my love for video games. I wanted to learn how to make my own. I discovered C# and XNA which allowed me to create games for the Xbox 360.
I graduated in May 2016 with a Computer Science degree from Georgia Tech. I was an active member of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and worked for Strange Games Studios, an indie studio in Atlanta, Georgia.
After graduating I worked at Goldman Sachs in NYC, Hux in Atlanta, created Parkner, a StartUp in Lima, Perú. I have worked as a freelance and technology consultant.
I currently work at Akcelita as a Software Engineer building ShelfOS, a system that monitors products on supermarket shelves and notifies the store when products are out.
In my free time I teach programming in Spanish through Codealo and I am currently exploring Web3 and creating a Code to Earn platform for Spanish speaking developers.
November 2020 - Current
Developing a solution to monitor the movement of products on the shelf of grocery stores to decrease the amount of out of stock events. This improves operating margins while driving customer satisfaction.
February 2017 - February 2019
Atlanta based StartUp building the larges marketplace for services