When I’m not busy helping the scientists to bring into the world the latest inventions of our labs I like to write free software, specially insecurity tools
Photo by Juan Gomez on Unsplash
👽 In other lives, I worked as a VoIP programmer, a systems administrator, and even pentester.
📦 You can check some of my open source work at GitHub. We could define myself as a Node.js enthusiast and a Rust wannabe.
🔈 I often participate as a speaker in conferences and workshops at events related to information security and software development (JSDayES, Codemotion, Black Hat …).
📝 Years ago I had a blog and I used to collaborate with sites like Security By Default, webrtcH4cKS or Flu Project. All the presentations, workshop materials, and articles are organized in my Linkedin profile (under Publications).
🤙 If you want to contribute to any of these activities you can ping me on Twitter, buy me a huge beer or drop some coins here.
PS: Almost forgot! We recently started this platform. It’s a pet project for now, but we have very good hopes. We’ll see how it finishes this time …
Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible (Richard Feynman)