I am a programmer and web developer specialized in JS who enjoys reading technical books, developing random playful side projects and learning and exploring new technologies.
I work for the Wikimedia Foundation on open source and open information for everybody.
I gave a workshop on Clojurescript for the FutureJS conference 2 years in a row.
Last year (2015) I adapted the workshop to use the bootstrapped JS compiler on an online repl and crafted a notebook-style interactive workshop.
First year (2014), the slides and exercises are online.
Things I have been playing with and learning about lately include:
Find me on github @joakin to see what side projects I have been open sourcing lately.
Remote. Mobile web team and Reading web team.
Performance research and analysis, user design research and PWA prototypes for offline mobile web wikipedia experiences.
Rotated through several roles on the team when needed (developer, tech lead, product owner).
Remote. Freelance contracting for different clients.
While freelance contracting for OHIM, I went mainly through two different big projects, OHIM eSearch (JS web application) and the new OHIM Website (public site and suite of web tools).
New site and group of web tools, full redesign and layout using semantic HTML and modern CSS3 while maintaining graceful degradation and implementing responsive design. Implemented a wiki and style guide with live components and docs and different themes with a corporate framework to be used as a base in the site and tools.
Implement styles and layouts, themes and js plugins for client websites that used Drupal (mysql, php).
Design and development of a browser application to create, layout and fill magazines, and generate a print version in PDF.
Support for the teaching staff of a masters course, development and mantainance of the website.
Administrate Windows, Linux and OSx machines and servers, network infrastructure and customer support (editors and journalists).