Hi there, I'm Javier
I work as a Software Engineer creating Jamstack experiences with the combination of technology, business and design.
I’m a Software Engineer a UI Designer based on Mexico City, Mexico with my wife Becky and working as a Tech Lead of Developer Squad at Bedu Education.
Now, I’m learning Flutter to create an application to manage my finances and subscriptions. I stay active writting tweets, taking photos and pushing my codes for you , too I have a passion for share my knownleadge creating libraries and sharing resources.
Actually, I’m creating platforms and applications using the JAMstack architecture for improve performance and scalability.
I started software development while still in high school, writing my first programs using Visual BASIC 6 , C and C++. I attend college at the Instituto Tecnologico de Lazaro Cardenas. In 2015, I joined the team at Port of Lazaro Cardenas (APILAC), a government company that manages the facilities and operations in the port terminal. I was working for more than 3 years implementing new technologies within the informaton technology area. In 2017, I travel to Mexico City to start my first job in a Startup called Pulpomatic, a SaSS for fleet management and vehicle operations.
In 2018, I travel to Bogota, Colombia to record the Advanced Vue.js course in the headquarters of Platzi.
My favorite libraries and frameworks are Vue, React, Nest.js, Next.js, Gatsby and Echo. Actually, I create my web designs using Figma and implementing designs on web using TailwindCSS, a utility-first CSS framework designed to rapid UI development.
As a developer I value well written code, that’s easy to read, and ins’t unnecessarily complex. I appreciate following industry set coding standards. I make a point of continually learning and improving through attending conferences, reading books and blogs, watching screencasts, and following industry experts but too I love to share what I learned.
If you would like me to speak to an upcoming event, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org