Currently working in a project of a website and mobile application related to road safety for cyclists. The project has been selected among ten finalists of the program Bike Pal of the European Safety Transport Council based in Brussels, an independent organisation dedicated to reducing the numbers of deaths and injuries in transport in Europe advising the European Commission, the European Parliament, and Member States on transport on safety matters.
I just finished an amazing experience being part of a professional group of engineers looking forward to improve the software sector. At the Spanish offices of the American company I was involved with the QA team trying to get the best out of one of the products of the company. Performing my tasks I got experience using:
I am finishing the last year of a Computer Science degree, completing very interesting courses about computer architecture, distributed computing or software testing. These courses are remarkably useful because they simulate real scenarios to make us work as if we would already be working for a company, working on teams developing and solving problems proposed.
At the same time that I am finishing the last degree courses I am working on a final year project about social networks data treatment, using sentimental analysis to find out what people think about different products. It is a challenge because the project uses most of the concepts I have been learning for years combined with new knowledge that I will need to learn to get on with the project. To develop it, I am going to use: