Abraham Toriz Cruz
Xalapa, Veracruz, México | +52 1 (55) 3852 0622 | email@example.com
I studied Mathematics at Universidad Veracruzana and work as software architect and developer since 2013. I'm a passionate advocate and contributor of free software.
I have experience choosing, designing, and building the distinct components that make a web service as well as the interactions among them. I prioritize a good balance between producivity and sustainability.
One of my biggest strengths is the ability to learn new things fast and continuosly.
I usually share my knowledge through workshops and talks and am one of the organizers of xalapacode, a community dedicated to give the oportunity to programmers from Xalapa to share their experiences, knowledge and interests.
I always advocate for an improvement on the techniques and technologies used at my workplace.
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Software architect and fullstack developer Carto Zone 2018 - now
Software architect and backend developer Tracsa 2017 - 2018
Designed the architecture and implemented the backend portion of the Fleety platform. A system for real-time vehicle tracking with the capability of notifying based on geographical or time related rules, making reports, and trip planning and scheduling.
I also designed and implemented the infraestructure for a system that manages the company's enterprise processes called cacahuate.
Fullstack developer Auronix 2013 - 2017
I was in charge of implementing the web component of Gestii's new version. Gestii is a platform for field-agent monitoring.
Personal projects 2010 - actualidadA (brief) selection of projects that I develop just for fun.
Python implementation of an algorithm for finding the streets that most likely traveled a vehicle that generated a given GPS track.
A web application for displaying and querying bus routes of Xalapa city.
Web implementation of a programming language designied for teaching programming using a visual and interactive environment.
A telegram bot that converts formulae in LaTex code to images.
I'm a mountain guide once a month and cyclist all the time. I build stuff out of leather and wood.
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