Ah, finally some editing (very lightly). Cristina, Alvaro and Alfredo told me all about the Software Crafters Barcelona Conference that happened between the 29th and 30th of September. For being our first remote call went quite nice. Although next time I need to have the video running, things go "swoosh" by me when I have visual clues; without them, I am even slower processing what is going on.
The SCBCN website is at https://scbcn.github.io/
Although he started early (with QuickBasic and Turbo Pascal), took him a while to center into the developer way of living. Nonetheless, he started his professional career back in 2000, and has been a software developer at different levels. His main experience before Codurance was around C# and .Net, but since joining has worked mostly on the JVM stack, using Java and Clojure (he does have a strong interest on functional languages).
In his experience two maxims have been revealed, `Simple is Beautiful` and `Make Everyone's Life Easy`. Because of them, his personal goal is to improve the experience of fellow developers (which always translates to happy customers)
Outside of work, you can find him either playing online or dancing away, or just improving his craft (that is the way of the developer).All author posts
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