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Javier Brea - software engineer, front-end specialist

Hi, I'm Javier. I'm currently working as head of front-end software development at Telefonica Tech.

I'm writing code professionally since 2002, working as a front-end specialist since 2009, and as a front-end architect since 2014.

My main skills are: building web apps in JavaScript & Node.js, CI/CD, development tools, and E2E testing. Framework agnostic, currently using mainly React, Node.js, TypeScript, Github actions and Cypress. I am known for being methodical and detail oriented, a high quality code advocate, oriented to modular solutions, and open source author.


  1. Eslint plugin checking architecture boundaries between elements

    JavaScript 271 4

  2. Extends Cypress' cy commands with localStorage methods. Allows preserving localStorage between tests and spec files. Allows disabling localStorage.

    JavaScript 150 10

  3. Mocks Server monorepo

    JavaScript 82 6

  4. A Cypress plugin to skip tests on first failure.

    JavaScript 95 4

  5. Async data provider agnostic about data origins

    JavaScript 54

  6. Node sass importer supporting custom alias for directories or specific files

    JavaScript 4 4

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August 2022

Created a pull request in mocks-server/main that received 19 comments

Release v3.9.0

core [3.9.0] Changed refactor(#371): Separate logic about loading files from logic about loading routes and collections from files. Use the new fi…

+1,906 −1,133 19 comments

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