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Computer Science & Software Engineer specialized in Technology of the information, but the most important thing: very passionate person who loves to making stuff in internet.


  1. Component Driven Development Talk

    Yesterday I gave a talk talk in Betabeers Murcia about sailor and how hack the backend using components like webComponents in the frontend. (with sailor demo inside) I am excited because people liked it and I met some interesting people (included Amazon employee and secret-drones-things-that-are-secret). Also I'm excited to finish…

    on javascript, Javascript, Sailor, talk

  2. JavaScript Event Loop

    When you are interesting in understand better how internally JavaScript works you think in the execution stack: how the process is loaded in memory and when you call a function, each function have a independient space of memory. When a process is loaded in memory, the memory of the process…

    on node, concurrency, memory, asynchronous, Javascript, javascript

  3. Fusion Drive for cool people

    Fusion Drive is a Apple technology for make a logic unit like RAID 0 combining a traditional HDD and a SSD. You can the advantage of both: The system distribute the information that you use with more frequently in the SDD because you need feel that works fast, and also…

    on Apple, bash, Bash

  4. CoffeeScript Fat Arrow BUSTED

    CoffeeScript is much more than a simple language that compile to Javascript: It makes my code clean, readable and more easy to maintainable. I try to give my code pure object-oriented approach. With CoffeeScript is more easy, but sometimes is difficult too. When you're handling callbacks you can not see…

    on coffescript

  5. Sailor, Components in the backend

    I started this summer trying something concepts and modifying the Sails core and finally I launch my own open source project. During this time I was in the Ironhack Web Development Bootcamp in Barcelona because I won the RITSI Challenge, but now is time to back at home. The new…

    on Sails, Sailor, Javascript, Ironhack, NodeJS, javascript