I'm a dynamic and motivated Full Stack Developer with more than 10 years of experience. I started as a Freelance in Web projects focused on the Frontend but over the years my knowledge was diversified by getting involved in scientific projects that required complex resources (statistics, pattern identification, data analysis, interpretation of third-party research, etc.), as well as web projects focused on the Backend.
In the latest years, I've worked on great projects, three of them have challenged me considerably, they have tested my ability to solve problems, also, to remind me my love for creating new things and making contributions to the community. Today, I present you those three projects: Statusfy, Mapset and my first Scientific Research.
A Marvelous Open Source Status Page system
You can find several alternatives, but Statusfy is different, it was designed to generate a Status Page Systems that work as a Progressive Web Application with the JAMstack and Serverless architecture in mind.
Design, Create and Convert mainframe files through a dynamic interface
Mapset is an innovative and dynamic cloud-based tool designed for managing screens in different mainframe coding languages, it allows you to Design, Create and Convert mainframe files through a dynamic interface.
I was in charge of leading the project, creating most of the business logic in the backend (using Python as well as working on the frontend the minor tasks. We used Angular with TypeScript because was the best choice at that time. I think that those two technologies are great for Enterprise Web Applications. We also use React.js for the Marketing Website and Public Documentation.
When we started creating Mapset, we focused on three things: Innovation, Efficiency, and Convenience (a great combination 🤓). Mapset became 15x faster than conventional methods or any other tool available. It's inexpensive, very easy to use and users don't need to be a COBOL or CICS expert.
Due to we wanted to offer a low-cost solution, we had to lower our server expenses, so a Serverless deployment with AWS Lambda was a great fit.
When I was at college, I worked as a Research Assistant in the Satellite Geodesy and Seismotectonics Laboratory of the Simon Bolivar University (Caracas, Venezuela). We worked for a few years in a very interesting project, finding the interaction of the North Andes plate with the Caribbean and South American plates in northwestern South America from GPS geodesy and seismic data.
The work done on this project taught me many things: statistics, data analysis, interpretation of third-party research in addition to the importance of the teamwork, great communication and the commitment to your boss and to the community to whom you're trying to give you scientific input.
If you want to know more about this research you can download for free the Article in PDF format at the Geophysical Journal International.
Creating new things is a great experience and combine it with Programming can make you a Marvelous Professional. It's important to keep learning and do your best to achieve great things.
Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. - Winston Churchill