As a software engineer at a Qindel I've created software solutions that scale to hundreds of nodes for clients, including Vodafone, BBVA and Inditex.
My motto is making the right things, in the right way. All too often software is built that doesn't serve its purpose, or in a way that makes it cumbersome to use or impossible to maintain.
I'm a pragmatic full stack developer. I believe the proper way to software engineering and development is to take into account all parts of the system, from user interface to algorithm design and operating system internals, from requirements capture to testing and deployment. Everything is a trade-off, and good engineering is about making balanced choices between a continuity of options.
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