Have worked alongside with ex-Google and ex-Amazon engineers in the Silicon Valley and Los Angeles Area.
My primary task is to build FinTech-compliant secure and scalable web software applications for thousands of daily users. Breaking down complex into simple.
I enjoy working in inclusive teams driven by facts and innovation.
These projects have live demos and open source code.
|Puzzles from Bruzzles||A fun Drag and Drop puzzle made in ReactJS.|
|Oracul Questions||This is a prank game that allows you to ask questions and secretely answer your question as you type it.|
|Stock Options||Employee Incentive Stock Options are common in startups. Learn about how stock options work by playing this game simulator.|
|Wall||Build and destroy walls on real-time with other players in the World.|
|Quick Notes||Basic notepad for quick notes. Spoiler: No wow-factor.|
My super notebook
Blogging about software
|How to use babel for production||You should not be using babel-node in production. It is unnecessarily heavy, with high memory usage due to the cache being stored in memory.|
|Humans in an open office||Comparing humans with computers communicating async and sync.|
|Study Day Program — Proposal||The Study Day Program is a day per month when a team member can learn a new technology.|
|Double Your Profits on Software Development||How to optimize my software development processes.|
|How to deal with GitHub PRs while working on your feature branch||Adopting the GitHub workflow is very rewarding, specially when working in a team. Code Review is a great practice which GitHub handles very well with its PR (Pull Request) feature.|
|How to recreate Google’s input persistent placeholder||When I created Oracul the game needed to recreate Google’s input persistent placeholder. That single UI feature would be key for the game to work. If you have played Oracul you will understand why this UX is essential.|
|On consumption and productivity||How to escape the consumption trap, and start giving back to the community.|
I publish curated links and ideas about the Software World. It's also a good way to keep you updated with my latest news.