I got interested in technology since very young. I started teaching myself how to code when I was 15 years old using online platforms like Codecademy and Treehouse, marking the start of my self-taught career as a software engineer.
Since early, i’ve worked as a freelance developer, helping entrepreneurs and small businesses build and launch digital products. I’ve also worked for multiple remote-first startups where I had the opportunity to take on many roles such as system architecture, design, user research, and scaling, as well as working for a Fortune 500 company where I had the chance to contribute to big scale solutions that supported millions of users.
I’m currently working as a Software Engineer at Able, a product acceleration studio based in New York with 100+ talented builders from across the world.
I'm very passionate, self-driven, and always enjoy teaching myself and others new things around web development. I've been a speaker at multiple tech meetups in my city, advocating on modern best practices, and participated as an instructor at a coding bootcamp, CeroUno.
I believe there is no silver bullet that works on every occasion but I do have a go-to stack I like to start with, making adjustments as the project evolves. While I cannot include everything on this list, the following are the most common tools you’ll find me using.
Developed with Tailwind.css and Next.js
This website is open source on GitHub