Articles I've written.
GitHub repositories that I've built.
Topics that I want to learn more about.
I have amateur experience with Typescript. Used it in the past, but I would not consider myself a master on the subject.
I have used Webpack in multiple projects so far. Being able to package projects intended for web without a single snatch.
I have professional and advanced experience with PHP, being a regular coder since PHP 5.2, and always following the latest updates. I would consider myself a master on it.
My experience with Laravel also covers Laravel Lumen and other sub projects like Social. I have more than 3 years of experience with Laravel.
Clojure was my first functional programming language. I'm fascinated with it, and sometimes play with it. I used on personal projects at least thrice.
My experience with C# goes from creating Gaming Emulators (Ragnarok, Habbo Hotel, Club Penguin) (CLI) and creating Desktop Applications (WPF/WFA).
I'm used with creating Web pages with this markup language. Not much to say about HTML, I'm experienced with XHTML and HTML5.
I would consider myself an advanced CSS user, understanding CSS3 and being able to do some tricks (Flex, Animations, Grids, etc). But I'm not a master on it.
I have a little of experience in developing Android applications. Most of my experience is related to GNOME.
I have intermediate experience with Linux. I'm an advanced user, but I know there's a lot more to know.
My experiences with AWS covers all the basic (ECS, EC2, RDS, DocumentDB, S3, Route53, VPC, IAM, [...]) stack. I have no experience with Serverless, yet. I would consider myself an AWS generalist.
I have experience with Azure, tracing back the times of Windows Azure. My overall experience could be defined as being an Intermediate user.
Python is one of the programming langues I have very little experience, but I'm truly eager to learn it and master it.
I have intermediate experience with Git, being able to squash, rebase, cherry picking, resolving conflicts and other tricks. But I know there are still many other commands to cover.
I have experience with LaTeX and writing papers. Already collaborated to publishing papers at IEEE and Elsevier.
I love Internet of Things. I have intermediate experience with Arduino and already developed many applications (Smart Camera, Access Control, Monitoring, Environment Monitoring, Weather monitoring) with it.
I'm a Raspby enthusiast, and own A Raspberry PI 3 and Raspberry PI 4. Mostly used it for Monitoring, IoT, Network Gateways (PiHole, eBlocker).
I have intermediate and professional Docker experience. Including Docker Compose and a little of Docker Swarm.
I have amateur to intermediate Kubernetes understanding. I'm able to create Deployments, Services, Applications. Realise maintenance in Pods, deploy Dashboards and other stuff.
Kotlin is a language I have little to zero experience, and it's another language I'm eager to start working with.
I have intermediate to advanced experience with Java. I already created some applications, and I have experience with Spring and Spring Boot.
MySQL is my favorite database for day-to-day applications. I have a good understanding of the SQL1999 (SQL/PSM). I also have experience with LINQ and N1QL that are variations of the SQL dialect.