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I am a passionate developer from Guatemala, currently living in Germany. I love spending time with my wife, travelling and anything that is tech related. I enjoy to drink coffee and rum (not necessarily together), especially if they are Guatemalan. I have a soft spot for anything related to super heroes, Legos or T-rexes.
I feel fortunate and grateful to say that I have finally found a career and community that I'm super stoked to be a part of. I love what I do and hope to be able to keep on learning and growing as a professional developer.
If you are interested in my professional journey, feel free to check out my CV.
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Currently, I work at a media agency. This means that all of my projects get published in different websites. Some of them last as short as a week and a few are still online. You may view a project here, another one here, and one more here.
Some other projects I have worked on include:
Create a Chrome extension to make internal calls. This allowed an employee to click on a number and their telephone number would start dialing.
I have coded multiple online contests (Gewinnspiele). These projects have required registration forms, DOI’s, logic for winning and data management.
Create mjml templates so project managers can create newsletters easily.
I built a custom backend to allow clients or project managers to select the Instagram pictures that could be shown on the frontend of applications.
I created a repository where developers, myself included, could pull code-snippets to facilitate the process of coding new projects from recurring clients.
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I enjoy to code on my free time. Whether it is following a course to learn something new, or to create something fun and even sometimes useful.
Some of the stuff I have enjoyed doing privately are:
For my wedding I created a small application with Node.js to connect with the GoPro wirelessly, record for 5 seconds, and then replay the clip in slow motion. This was great fun at the party and at the end I created a video of all the tiny clips.
I created this form validator for projects at work, because I was finding myself having to re-invent the wheel every time I had to code a form.