Industrial Engineer by trade. I build products for a living. Over the last years, I created a few things. Some have worked, others have not.
My days revolve around products, technology, design, and podcasting. However, as a helpless generalist, I’ve also developed a deep curiosity about health, engineering, physics, and minimalism — which have become the main themes of this blog.
- 2023 — RSS.com: podcast distribution platform empowering creators worldwide.
- 2022 — Wiz Music: web3 platform for music artists to engage with their fans.
- 2019 — Gamestry: video gaming community for Spain and Latin America.
- 2015 — Ironhack: leading coding bootcamp across Europe and America.
- 2011 — iomando: keyless access management for mobile; acquired by Citibox.
- Foc a Terra: weekly discussions around the current technological landscape.
- Safareig: conversations about how technology is changing society.
- Radio Lanza: educational series on how to deliver a product to the market.
- Stage2: acceleration program for early-stage industrial tech startups.
- Elisava: visiting lecturer for graduate programs in product development.
- Nutri-Score Auditor: web-based tool to optimize Nutri-Score ratings.
- Udacity React Developer Nanodegree
- Udacity Data Analyst Nanodegree
- Ironhack’s Web Development Bootcamp — Dev Squad #23
Besides these side projects, I sometimes blog my thoughts on pretty much everything. If you enjoy these lines, consider subscribing to the RSS feed to stay up-to-date with my latest developments.
This last section is a /now page, inspired by Derek Sivers and the nownownow project. Here you will find whatever I am currently doing, reading, learning, building… and keeps me awake at night — timely updated every now and then.
- Reading Tim Urban’s book: What’s Our Problem?
- Curious about the latest advancements in AI and their implications for society. Maybe that’s the reason why I started to brush up on my Python skills.
- Working on a small side-project: a notification system for when someone you follow appears on a podcast.
Finally, feel free to reach out, or follow me at Twitter or LinkedIn — where I seldom post random ideas or share updates on new projects I’ll be working on.