I have three passions related to my professional career: software development, teaching and information security.
I've studied software development in the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. I'm interested in topics like software design, OOP, functional programming and multiparadigm languages. I'm used to various programming languages, but I think knowing the concepts behind all of them is better than to know them specifically.
I'm convinced that programming is a tool. Actually, it's like the weapon of choice for those who want face challenging problems and to create new things.
I began with teaching in a Royal Rangers group, and realize teaching was one of my passions. A few years later I started as a teacher assistant at Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. I currently work as a professor in the same university.
In 2013 I studied Information Security in my University and entered in a latin american contest organized by ESET. I've presented a paper related to TRN generation using Open Source hardware, and I won the first prize, traveling to Berlin and attending to Virus Bulletin 2013. A few months later I started working in ESET as Awareness and Research Specialist. I like everything related to infosec, but I'm mainly interested in Awareness, cryptography and malware analysis.
I try to be better every day, because I think it's critical to be a good professional. I'm not afraid to learn something new, because continuous improving is one of my goals.
I like to work as a team, always trying to be a better partner to colleagues. I'm also very interested in team building and coaching / leadership.
I'm christian, and I think the world needs more people who do what they do with passion.