I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina – where I’m currently living.
I like building things, but what I enjoy the most is leading people towards a common goal and the feeling of fulfillment that comes after accomplishing it.
I’m a Software Engineer, the kind that has Star Wars bobble head figures on his desk and a Batman vinyl sticker on his laptop :D
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“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta
If I had to choose one thing that really defines me, I’d say that’s traveling – and everything that goes with it: visiting new places, meeting people from other cultures, escaping the routine, etc.
After graduating from Engineering school in Argentina, 2 friends and I decided to travel around Europe for 1 month.
It was my first experience travelling abroad and it blew my head.
We had a great time visiting Rome, Florence, Venice, Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam, Bruges, Paris and London.
Italy, the country of my predecessors :D
A few months after the Eurotrip, an opportunity presented to travel to Chicago due to work reasons.
I stayed there for a month and I fell in love with the multi-level windy city.
The beautiful Chicago River
New York, USA
And after that I travelled to NYC on 3 ocassions (again work related trips), the first and third times during summer and the second during winter.
On these trips I stayed around 3 weeks, and I saw it as a great opportunity to visit other cities which were close.
With my girlfriend at the Wall Street christmas tree
How can anyone not love
New York Brooklyn?
At the Washington Monument
Is it London? No, but quite
The most challenging trip of my life.
Together with 5 friends, we hiked through the 4-day Inca Trail to Machupichu.
Warmiwañuska, 4125 meters above sea level
My dad taught me how to play the keyboards when I was a young boy, and I really enjoy playing every now and then.
Here is a video of me playing Rick Wakeman
I also recorded a few songs for fun and uploaded them to SoundCloud.
Soccer is my favorite sport, which I like playing more than watching.
In Argentina, I support Independiente, still known as El Rey de Copas.
It may not be Barça, but Independiente has it’s handful of international cups and a very rich history.
I believe in contributing to the Open Source community.
Here are a few examples of projects I open sourced.