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Education & work


Last updated: 2022-05-14. Listed in reverse chronological order (most recent first)

2014 – 2019: Information Technology Analyst at Universidad ORT

Software development-oriented career focused on application and database programming. Current experience includes Microsoft SQL, C#, ADO.NET and Java.

  • Project: “Management system for Mamma Mo”
  • Project advisor: Susana Abulafia

2011 – 2014: IT Systems Administrator at Universidad ORT

Network and Systems Administration career focused on designing standards-compliant, robust and scalable network, server and telephony solutions.

  • Project: “Monitoring and Security Management”
  • Project advisor: Ing. Roberto Ambrosoni

2003 – 2008: Lycée Français “Jules Supervielle” de Montevideo

  • Baccalauréat Général Série Scientifique

Work experience

Last updated: 2022-05-14. Listed in reverse chronological order (most recent first)

Jun. 2020 – Present: Software Developer at Undisclosed Company

Due to an agreement with my employer, I’m not able to publicly reveal my current employment information, other that I’m doing backend and the project uses Python, React and PostgreSQL.

Stuff I mostly play with: Python, Docker, PostgreSQL, Visual Studio Code, Debian, Git.

Mar. 2019 – Jun. 2020: Software Developer at Micro Key Solutions

Contributed to the front-end development of an application to process payments and the front-end development of the MKS Synergy product, in addition to some minor contributions to the backend and very specific utilities.

Stuff I mostly played with: Typescript, Angular, C#, Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, Git.

Jan. 2018 – Mar. 2019: Escalation Engineer at Axcient

Assist support engineers to identify and resolve issues that requires modifications to the product code-base to either address new partner needs or to resolve business-critical issues.

Stuff I mostly played with: Python, pdb, Javascript, ZFS, PyCharm, Ubuntu, Microsoft Windows, Jira, Git.

Jul. 2016 – Dec. 2017: Software Developer at eFolder

Contributed to the development and maintenance of both the front-end and backend of our flagship backup and disaster recovery product both at other associated utilities and management portals. Enabled PXE-deployments of our product, reducing time and financial overhead associated with selling our own BDR appliances.

Stuff I mostly played with: Java, hivex, Python, Cobbler, PyCharm, Javascript, ESXi, Ubuntu, Jira, Git.

Feb. 2016 – Jul. 2016: Software Developer at Replibit LLC

Implemented a solution to install device drivers into offline Microsoft Windows system from our Linux-based recovery toolkit, removing our partners pain of resorting to multiple 3rd party solutions to get the job done and increasing our product’s competitiveness in the sector.

Stuff I mostly played with: C++, Win32, Visual Studio, Windows PE, Python, Ubuntu, Git.

Nov. 2014 – Feb. 2016: Network Technician at Teledata Comunicaciones

Help-desk and technical support for customer’s network equipment and infrastructure, including structured cabling, managed switches, routers, firewalls and wireless point-to-point links. Assuring our customers are running the latest stable releases of their equipment firmware packages and keeping them safe from mayor system vulnerabilities. Monitoring resource usage for early equipment failure detection.

Stuff I mostly played with: Mikrotik, Fortinet, Edgecore, Cisco, DrayTek (why?)

Jun. 2012 – Nov. 2014: Help-desk support technician at Ministerio de Desarrollo Social

Providing assistance to users of the ministry with the in-house developed applications for different government projects. Training users and observing usage on the field to detect and report performance problems, usability issues and application bugs to the development teams.

Stuff I mostly played with: your usual PC repair person stuff. The stuff regarding the internal apps is too specific and I don’t think it makes sense to list here.

Training & certifications

MikroTik Certified Network Associate, Teledata (expired)

Management, troubleshooting and deployment of MikroTik RouterOS-based devices for routing, switching, traffic shaping and wireless solutions. Certification number 1412NA063.

ITIL Fundamentals, ATS Uruguay

Introduction to the Information Technology Infrastructure Library concepts and good practices for service management through the service lifecycle.

ITIL Service Operation Fundamentals, ATS Uruguay

Introductory-level course to the processes and functions defined by ITIL’s best practices for Service Operation.