I've followed several open source projects on Github working mainly on Web and Blockchain technologies. In the last period I have mainly developed Mindmapp, using D3, Angular, Electron and Material Design. I also created Scraper and I've contributed to the development of Unicapp.
I worked in the development of a multiplatform mobile applications for an important e-commerce. I studied Angular and Ionic, analyzing how Cordova works and all the phases of mobile deploying.
I studied and after I worked with client-side web technologies like Angular, Webpack, Bootstrap, with server-side technologies like Java, Groovy, Grails, Gradle, PostgreSQL, Node and Odoo, and with mobile technologies using Ionic and Angular. For the first time I was able to study the peer-to-peer and the Blockchain world using Geth, Web3, Truffle and Solidity with Ethereum, Bitcoin tools and also IPFS, Dat and Swarm. I was able to establish excellent relations with the team, knowing very good people with a lot of skills.
I studied web technologies like Angular 1.x, Bootstrap and Node. I analyzed several internal software and created a graphical tool for data analysis. I was able to study and understand how D3 works by creating a web application of an interactive bubble chart with Material Design.
I'm studying "Networks and Telematics", I'm learning Spanish and I'm improving my English. I consider the Erasmus experience not only a discovery of different languages, cultures and places, but also a discovery of oneself.
I studied Cybersecurity, I learned C ++ and Qt with the course of Geometric Algorithms and deepened the Blockchain technology.
I started to really get interested in Computer Science only in the Bachelor's degree, in which I was able to study the main programming languages, paradigms, mathematics, hardware and network architectures, databases and the software engineering.