I was hired to be part of the team building a new product focused on the Legal Industry
I've spent 4 weeks in Trondheim for the onboarding process and met my team (75% of them remote workers as me).
After that, I returned to Barcelona and we've been designing and developing a modern version of one of the company's products.
We were mainly maintaining and automating deploy of several systems.
After almost 4 years working remotely, I decided to try working on-site again. It didn't feel right after some weeks though.
During 2017 cryptocurrency bubble, a lot of people were building mining datacenters. Lacking tools for configuring their machines, we created a small IoT device that configured their whole datacenter in minutes.
We also provided our clients miner and revenue monitoring statistics in a stylish dashboard.
After the craze ended and Bitcoin price declined, most of our clients closed their datacenters for good.
GMT Prime Corp's owner was also this company's owner, thus we shared a lot of tools between companies.
We built an automated crowd-trading platform for the foreign exchange market (ForEx)
You can read more about our architecture in this blog post.
Here I learnt about business development and mobile application design.
After fighting Venezuelan bureaucracy for months, I managed to have all the required documents to move to Barcelona and start my master's degree.
We developed a platform for foreign exchange market traders. At this time the business model wasn't that defined, mainly because government regulations made us take unexpected turns.
I got the opportunity to build a distributed system using Erlang :)
Though I had coded before, here I officially started my journey as a developer.
I discovered functional programming, had amazing professors and made good friends.
Barcelona has a serious plastic pollution problem. We wanted to help reducing single-use plastic by partnering with businesses in the city that can offer filtered water to our users.
As I'm the only programmer in the project, I'm developing the webpage, the blog, the backend and the mobile application.
Library to manage OS environment variables and application configuration options with ease
Subscription and publishing server for Elixir applications.
Library for using raw SQL in Elixir