After going through a PHP & MySQL course while I was studying Software Engineering, I started building webpages working closely with clients developing front-end and back-end for a long time as freelancer since 2004. Once I became Software Engineer and started working as PHP Developer at Globant, I switched to work with front-end exclusively all the way from Web UI Developer to Frontend Software Designer on Autodesk projects. Why's that? Because front-end technologies intrigues me. I've been always someone very meticulous, detail-oriented and perfectionist. Front-end just made sense, I found my place.

Regarding the technologies I worked with on that process, I started with jQuery, I developed some plugins, continuing to expand my JavaScript knowledge towards architectural and MVC frameworks. I had the chance to work with Backbone and Marionette until I got my hands on AngularJS. Now I'm working with AngularJS over RequireJS on a complex UI architecture using Yeoman, Grunt as main task runner, Bower as front-end package manager and optimizing with r.js. I also used NodeJS on personal projects, really interesting.

Loving this JS frameworks explosion, trying to catch up with latest ones analyzing possible scenarios to use them in my free time.

I really like to attend meetups to learn new stuff, went to JSMeetups and JSConf in Uruguay; also had the chance to attend JS meetups on San Francisco (Google offices).

Also on San Francisco, spent two weeks on April working side-by-side with Autodesk engineers on Autodesk offices. Then, went back again all June to work for Autodesk as consultant on Pivotal Labs offices embedded on a full agile development experience.