I co-founded DogeCash, a simple-to-use staking app that raised $75k in pre-seed capital. Currently, we have over 6000 monthly active users and a team of 3 people.
At our peak, we had a team of 7 people, with 4 of them being developers (2 frontend and 2 backend), and I served as the lead developer.
I joined Flits App at the peak of the pandemic. It marked my introduction to the world of crypto, as I shifted my focus away from corporate clients.
As a very small startup, my roles were quite varied and dependent on the company’s needs.
However, my day-to-day responsibilities primarily revolved around maintaining the Laravel backend infrastructure that catered to over 50,000 monthly users. But I also did:
2BE Studios is a contractor and design studio. During my time there, I had the pleasure of collaborating with companies of all sizes and from diverse backgrounds.
While I can’t disclose specific company names and tasks, the majority of my work revolved around designing and maintaining backend interfaces.
I also had the opportunity to engage in frontend development using frameworks such as Vue and Angular.
While working as a freelancer, I had the opportunity to learn from esteemed international companies, including Inspection Manager and NASA (through the NASA tournament challenges posted on Freelancer.com).
I also collaborated with smaller clients, such as Tiletouch, an e-commerce platform specializing in tile sales, with a customer base exceeding 30,000 monthly users.
I wrote my first line of code when I was 10 while attempting to clone a popular Spanish website, and ever since, I’ve never looked back.
A decade ago, most websites weren’t responsive, and today we have AIs capable of writing books and programming in Python. This is why I chose not to pursue a static and outdated formal education but instead opted to engage with this exciting world on my own terms.