Student from Madrid (Spain), currently enrolled in a double major in Computer Science and Business Management.
(Madrid, Spain) I am part of a small agile team at Amazon Business International, developing new initiatives for Amazon's global business. Currently building a cloud-native internal tool that will be integrated in the product classification workflow.
(Madrid, Spain) My main duty was to integrate NoesisGUI (a proprietary user interface middleware) in a web application to make it easy to share content with clients.
(Madrid, Spain) Development of a communications reporting tool used to store and manage impacts on the media made by researchers. This web application is also a Business Intelligence tool that is able to generate real-time reports and statistics. It is also my first project using Docker for deployment.
(San Francisco, CA) I was grader and assistant for CSC645 Computer Networks class with Professor Joseph Kang PhD during Spring 2019 semester. I was also responsible of designing and teaching labs with topics such as Internet Protocols, Packet Sniffing with Wireshark, Online security and more.
(Los Angeles, CA) Assisted CEO in his daily tasks, helped controller manage the company’s accounting.
I was part of an exchange program for a full academic year, I took really interesting classes including Web Applications development and Design, Computer Networks and Software Engineering. I also had the opportunity to be a Teacher assistant and attend several Hackathons and Conferences in SF Bay Area.
September 2019 - March 2020
Developed a web application to write, share and render user interfaces in real time using xaml and a proprietary UI middleware developed by Noesis Technologies. I am working as a full stack developer using React and integrating the tool with external APIs such as Github Gist to manage content.Source Code View Project
Communications-Reporting Tool is a web application I made during my internship at IMDEA Networks Institute that can be used to analyse the impact of scientific research on the media. The main purpose for developing this tool is to provide a simple, yet powerful way of keeping track of all the information about the media impact of the institute and make it easy to extract statistics in real time.
CosmoQuiz is an iOS app that uses Nasa's API to generate random Astronomy Pictures of the Day (APOD) from the archive. Users of CosmoQuiz can solve quizes related to this pictures and learn about the universe. Built with swift using Firebase for the backend and Nasa's open API's for the content.Source Code