A bit about me
I'm from Valencia, Spain, living in Aldaia, near the city. I work at CARTO as a Solutions Engineer and the Support Team Manager. I help users and partners to develop great applications using our awesome product. I studied Surveying first, and afterwards Cartography and Geodesy, so my background is highly focused on Earth sciences, but as I love computers and programming, I ended up working with Geographical Information Systems. Nowadays my work is focused on a great geospatial product, I do a bit of everything, mostly helping sales people to advice our users on the best approach to their requirements and managing a great group of engineers that help our clients and users to create awesome maps and visualizations.
I'm a truly supporter of Free Software and Culture so I try to develop all my professional activities on that field, volunteering at the OSGeo Foundation at any level, helping to manage some foundation systems, supporting the OSGeo Spanish Language Local Chapter and promoting at local level at our Geoinquietos group and many many others.
Finally I really enjoy sailing, reading a good novel, going to festivals and concerts, movies, swimming and going out for a hike (who don't?).
I love to write. I do it mostly in Spanish but also in English for technical stuff. Lastly I haven't hade too much energy to write at my blogs but I do my best and try to post in all of them from time to time. You'll find my personal thoughts right here but I sometimes also write at CARTO and I maintain with my best geofriends the Geomatic Blog. If you find something interesting (or annoying!) on my writings, please leave a comment and you'll make me a happy blogger.