— Software Engineer
Jul 2015 - Current
Sep 2016—Current. Node.js + React
Tech lead at a React application with a an API built with Node.js.
— InsureStreet, now Canopy.
Jul 2015—Sep 2016. Node.js
Node.js application with enterprise-grade security.
— Conduco, Vision Media Manangement. 
— Software Engineer
Feb 2014 - Jul 2015
2014—2015. Django + Ember
— Lead developer at Fulcrum. 
— Developer at CareerVillage. 
— Developer at LocumList. 
— Developer at Clover. 
Feb 2012 - Jan 2014
Dec 2012 - Jan 2014
— Software Engineer at CrabLabs. 
Feb 2012 - Oct 2012
— PHP Developer at Kriptonita Media 
List of side projects, including events I organized. Also, some open source projects in the bottom.
JSDay Uruguay — Co-organizer
JSConf Uruguay — Co-organizer
TuMovida — Co-founder and Lead developer
May 2011 - Jul 2012
There are many more in GitHub. But here is a list of Open source or just projects I tried to maintain over the years or that I found destacable.
gitter-cli – An extremely simple Gitter client for your terminal.
glitcher – An automatic glitcher effect for uncompressed images.
md-open – A markdown viewer for your terminal.
mongoose-orchestrator – On the fly references to attributes synchronisation.
recodes.co – Personal blog.
Enables tenant on-boarding within minutes and covers KYC, AML, Watchlist, Credit check, CCJs, ID verification and more. ↩︎
Unique platform that combines enterprise-level asset management with a content management system, packaged with dynamic sales tools, secure screening capabilities and branding flexibility. ↩︎
A social networks for easily sharing educational contents between teachers and students. ↩︎
An online platform where students ask career questions that are answered by real people sharing their experiences. ↩︎
A mobile application made for doctors based on the U.S. ↩︎
An in-house restaurant orders manager web application. Has a strong use of Django. ↩︎
Co-founder and developer of a small agancy based in Montevideo, Uruguay. ↩︎
Developer on a small web development agency based in Montevideo, Uruguay. ↩︎