I am a web programmer currently studying at Rochester Institute of Technology with a Fulbright scholarship. I also had the opportunity to participate in the Fulbright Intensive English Program at Loyola University Chicago. At undergraduate level I studied computer engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville as a Global UGrad exchange visitor. Web development is my passion and favorite field within the vast computer science world.
My interests include reading technical books and programming web systems. I enjoy traveling and meeting people from different cultures. My favorite sports to watch are soccer, hockey, and Formula One. I like to listen to the CBC Radio One whenever I can. My music preferences are diverse and two of my favorite songs are Southbound Vertigo Parkway and Emerald Isle. My role model is Wernher von Braun, who is considered "the greatest rocket scientist in history." His audacious visions of space exploration were fundamental to help land the first men on the Moon in July 1969. For that reason, my two favorite documentaries are related to his extraordinary life and achievements: Missile to Moon and The Hunt for Nazi Scientists.
This website has been created in order to introduce myself and share information about some of my featured projects. My target audience includes potential employers, friends, and people who are interested in my reading and writing endeavours. Nonetheless, everyone is welcome to explore this site.
Thank you for your visit and do not hesitate to communicate with me!