About me

Who am I?

I am specialized in Drupal for building and managing content on the web and GNU/Linux to build robust server infrastructures. I work mainly as a full-stack developer with HTML, CSS, SQL, PHP, JavaScript & Shell. I've also aquired some competence in a variety of tasks involved in web publishing, including authoring, image manipulation, video editing, social media and SEO. I'm currently working at Anexus and Phase2 as a remote contractor.

I've studied mathematics, computer science and statistics applied to social sciences (anthropology) at university. At this time I learned some basic programming (Pascal) and built my first website. Since then I've been passionate about computers and the amazing things we can do with them. I eventually got interested in Free and Open Source Software and got involved in the GNU/Linux community. I also enjoy gardening and being in contact with nature.

To know more about my work you can checkout the Portfolio section from the main menu. To know more about me you can connect with me on social networks, the links are at the footer.

What can I do for you?

If you need a website, a server infrastructure or needs someone to assess, manage or teach your personnel, I can help. Use the contact form to join me and let's talk about your project!

As a web developer I can build beautiful and functional websites that are customized to your needs and taste. Using drupal's best practices and taking advantage of its awesome community I can craft a website using the best contributed modules or develop a custom module when needed. I'm more oriented towards back-end development but I also enjoy doing front-end development, responsive layouts, mobile apps, parallax effects and many of the fancy details that make a website shine.

As a network and system administrator I can install and maintain GNU/Linux desktops and servers with the right tools for each task. I can take care of the most common required web services like Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP, FTP, mail, SSL encryption, reverse cache and SSH remote management.

Other stuff

The front page photo was taken in Capri, Italy, one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to. What you see in the picture is called the "Natural Arch". It is a massive piece of rock that stands still thanks to a small column that rests on the island, forming an arch through which we can see the deep blue mediterranean waters.