I consider myself a decent software developer, mainly focused in systems architecture and business logic.
In 2013 I started college at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez studying Computer Engineering. I studied there for 3 years, then dropped out for while.
In 2015 I got my first internship at Optivon, Inc. as a software engineer. I mainly developed back-end software using Node. Later that year I started work on a research project at the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez building a bus tracking system for data analysis.
In 2016 I started a summer internship at the MITRE Corporation. A not-forprofit that operates FFRDCs for the United States Federal Government. I worked there as a data engineering intern.
In 2017 I transfered to the Politechnic Unitersity of Puerto Rico in hopes of finishing my C.S degree in or before 2019. That same year I started ALQMY with some friends. I worked for a time with Buena Vibra and later started collaborating with Engine 4 a coworking space in Bayamon, PR.
In 2018 I started work in the Treasury Department of Puerto Rico as a programming consultant working on the SURI project and other financial systems.
In 2019 I started working on my own through my company and accepting various gigs.
Why do I blog?
I mainly blog because I often have opinions and want a way to voice them. This blog also works a personal journal of mine. Other than that, I blog to share knowledge and experience.