Who am I
As many developers, I enjoy spending sleepless nights while playing online games. It helps me to refresh the brain during stressful periods.
My education was all based on management and business, and these skills have a strong impact in my day to day work. These skills help me managing teams by supporting them to achieve a good balance between performance and workload.
I became a programmer by pure luck
I appeared in movies as an Extras
I drink LOTS of coffee
I am a National Basketball referee
Jan 2017 – Current
I am now responsible for 6 scrum teams across different locations. My main duty is to support the team members to achieve their sprint goal not only technically, but also by mentoring them to help them reach their career targets.
Apr 2015 – Dec 2016
I have received the above position to support the fast growing company. In this period I have been responsible of up to 13 developers in the same team.
May 2013 – Mar 2015
I joined this Start up as the fifth employee and have supported their fast grow using a mixture of development and business skills to support the missing role that can usually be found in a small company.
Sep 2012 – Apr 2013
During this short period I have successfully create an intranet that have resulted in huge savings in cost, and speeding day to day operations.
apr 2012 – Aug 2012
This short experience was funded by the welsh government and European Union funds. This was my first professional experience in the sector, and I had the luck to be supported by a very experienced developer that taught me the core skills required in this sector
I have started to learn programming on my own by following videos, tutorials and by creating website and small app for people while working full time.
Business Management and Economics BSc
I have achieved a 2.1 business management degree in the university of Swansea. The skills obtained have a vital role during my career progress.
based in Swansea, UK