Full-stack developer and software team lead in Shanghai, China.
I build and architect client-side web applications.
I have full-stack expertise as well, other languages I use are Python, Java, and PHP (more than 10 Drupal CMS projects).
Best Practices Advocate
I drive best practices implementation, with Agile and SCRUM, manual (and automated) code reviews, pushing TDD, integration and end-to-end tests. I have a DevOps mindset and always have Continuous Delivery as an objective.
I lead Agile project teams, implement and improve CI/CD pipelines in software projects in which I take part. I also coach and help team members be more effective.
I am a Gitlab user and fanboy, I set up jobs using Jenkins and Gitlab CI, and run quality assurance initiatives.
I have led teams, I have hired, coached and mentored my team, I have worked with people from many countries, in-person and remotely. I often end up involved in figuring out difficult technical issues as well as handling team and organization-related topics.
|Did Miguel…||cool, show me!|
|…hire and lead engineers?||Yes, and he wrote an interview kit to compile lessons learned.|
|…contribute substantially to an open-source project?||eBay’s real-time reporting and analytics tool: Pulsar UI.|
|…get AWS certified?||Certified Solutions Architect - Associate|
|…work with cool people?||He has had some great colleagues… like Toni, product manager and Hernán, BI expert|
Education as engineers should be ongoing, so I continue to study and improve my skills in my spare time:
- I completed Udacity’s Full-stack developer nanodegree to build a Python application from the ground up.
- Experimented with VueJS & ECharts to show the pollution levels in Shanghai.
- See other online courses I am enrolled in.
Sure! Ask me about… Colombia, diving, China, bowling, bad guitar playing, fasting, frugality, Improv theater, cryptocurrencies and of course, computer stuff.