Hi! I'm Alfredo


I started as a Cobol developer and three years later I switched to IT infrastructure and worked as IT Manager in various organizations, including for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines for Latin America, Central America, and the Caribbean. I also had the lead IT role in the largest security company in Puerto Rico.

I am currently the Director of Technical Services at Maitripa College, responsible for IT infrastructure and software development for the college, and the IT Manager for the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) International Office, in Portland, Oregon.

SKILLS

Languages, Frameworks, and Libraries:

Python

Django

Flask

Javascript

Vue.js

jQuery

Bootstrap4

HTML5

CSS3

Cloud Infrastructure:

AWS

Digital Ocean

Linode

Databases, Tools, and Expertise:

MySQL

Git

PostgreSQL

Github

MongoDB

Asana (PM)

Content Management Systems:

Wordpress

Joomla

Moodle

"Soft" Skills:

Empathy

Communication

Teamwork

Reliability

Helpfulness

Time Mgmt.

Problem Solving

Accountability

Creativity

EDUCATION

Degree

Bachelor in Computer Science, University of Puerto Rico.

Recent Certifications

JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures

EXPERIENCE

Present

Director of Technical Services, Maitripa College.

IT Manager, Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).

Past

IT Manager, Ranger American.

IT Manager, Royal Dutch Airlines.

IT Coordinator, American Field Service.

Cobol Developer.

Personal Projects

Code Integrity

An assessment tool for an ethical and sustainable code that determines if a project complies with ethical and sustainable practices.

CodeIntegrity.org will launch in June 22, 2020. Please stay tuned for more information.

eUtopian

The idea behind eUtopian.org is to create a community of critical thinkers and dreamer software developers concerned about our future, and to create a space to envision together how to solve the major challenges of humanity and earth, prioritizing people over technology. Ideas will turn into sustainable projects for the benefit of our societies and the developers involved.

eUtopian.org will launch in September 20, 2020. Please stay tuned for more information.