I love the open/free Internet. I think that the Internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible for everyone.
After 8 year designing and integrating the user interface (or front-end) of web pages/applications and diving into back-end stuff as a Full Stack Web Developer, I work now as a Project Manager and Team Lead, analyzing new projects, organizing the operations and trying to get the best of my team. Without forget how to code and being updated with the last technologies, which I have great interest.
I try hard to make sure that all my team works are usable, simple, aesthetically pleasing and follow the industry standards as much as possible to ensure its future operation. The goal is not to reinvent the wheel, but to use the best technologies to build amazing things.
I give great importance to the order and organization. I follow different methods of productivity for which I have a great interest. This helps in any incident or new project to be solved more easily and efficiently.
I believe in and like the close relationship with team members. Sharing fun and hard work we’re able to deliver the best results.
|Name:||Jesús Pérez Paz|
|Date of birth:||1983-02-24|
|Telephone:||(+34) 62 62 62 531|
at Scalefast (scalefast.com) from january 2016 to present. I work as Project Manager and Team Lead in the Project’s Team with six other people. Our mission is to deliver amazing stores in a record time using the last technologies (like the framework Laravel, AngularJS or NodeJS). My job is to analyze the client’s petitions, adjusting delivery times, organize the operations and pave the way for my team so they can do their magic, even I put my hands in the keyboard if it’s needed.
Some of our projects are:
#ProjectManagement, #SoftwareAnalysis, #TeamLead, #PeopleManagement, #Laravel, #AngularJS, #NodeJS
at Pepita UC Technology (corporate.pepitastore.com) from july 2013 to december 2015. I work on the new HTML / CSS version of the Pepita e-commerce platform, using the PHP framework Laravel and Angujar JS. We use the Pepita API, improving it when necessary, to create a complete e-store solution that can be easily customized by clients or by us. I’m also working on the new back-office, the back-end and the front-end, for the merchant clients, using the php framework Laravel and the Pepita API.
at Nexway French Office (nexway.fr) from October 2011 to july 2013. I’ve take part on the negotiations of the new “Telefonica” website from the beginning, and I’ve take part in the development of the site as a manager, making the integration through the Nexway platform and as a technical contact with the “Telefonica” team. Also, I’ve continued working directly with “Kaspersky” to create the new IPP (in product purchase) that permits buy and renew the kaspersky products inside the software. I’ve done as a manager the new “Gravity-Gateway” site that allows the purchase of “karats”, the virtual coins in the online RPG game “Raknarok online”.
for Spanish, Portuguese and Italian accounts at Nexway Spanish Office (nexway.es) from January 2011 to October 2011. I’ve managed some launch campaigns for software like “Kaspersky” or videogames with “el Corte Inglés” between others. I was in charge of the technical area from the contact with client, the creation of banners, newsletters and landing pages and, finally, making the final launch.
as a freelance for the company Aftershare (aftershare.tv) along 2009. I was in charge of banner designing and adaptations for media campaigns for various Spanish’s banks like “BBVA” or “Banco Santander”. I’ve also created some intranet webpages in HTML, CSS and jQuery for the training of the staff in the bank offices.
I’m part of the Mozilla FR Community, taking part in the projects:
(www.revista-exegesis.com) is an online magazine of science-fiction and comics. I’ve take part on this project as the “technical guy” from the beginning managing all the web infrastructure and designing, creating and configuring the entire website, based in WordPress with a dedicated theme.
I’ve designed and created the especial tablets and smartphones based pages for the final compilations of the exegesis works, with HTML5, CSS3 and jquerymobile. Some examples can be found in: Efemérides, 2059 (better view in an iPad or Android tablet, or a webkit browser).
using html/css/jquery and making use of the instagram and openmaps APIs. Available also in Google Play
#HTML, #CSS, #JQuery, #API, #Github, #Android, #FirefoxOS
a memory game inside a 3D cube made in JS, HTML & CSS. It works in mobile, tablet and desktop modern browsers. It was created in first instance for the Firefox Apps Days of Paris (25/01/2013), and it’s available at the Firefox Marketplace, the Amazon Appstore and Google Play. The code is in github.
#HTML, #CSS, #JQuery, #Github, #Android, #FirefoxOS