Dec 2012 - Set 2013 at Playdom, Disney Interactive, Argentina
Senior developer / Tech lead
Responsibilities: Lead team developing and maintaining the 'Criminal Empire' Facebook game. Senior developer on confidential mobile projects.
Goals: Work on enterprise projects that require high scalability.
Technologies: OO PHP, MongoDB, Backbone, Google Apps Scripts, Jenkins, jira, github, git, Maven, Spring.
Jul 2011 - Dec 2012 at GlobalLogic Argentina
Customer: Tech Lead at LiveOps.com
Goals: Lead a team for an enterprise web system. To be part of a team for a Silicon Valley company and learn their IT culture and best practices.
Aug 2009 - Jun 2011 at Globant Argentina
Playdom: Tech Lead for the WSOP game on Facebook, Hi5, MySpace.
PlaySpan: Tech Lead on international payment methods integration to the customer platform. Lead a remote team in Cordoba (Argentina).
Electronic Arts: Tech Lead on traffic report intranet portal for EA online games. Lead a remote team in India.
Responsibilities: Lead teams oriented to develop Social applications and web projects for international customers. Interviewed PHP dev candidates for the company. Support to sales area creating tech documentation for Globant customer proposals.
Goals: Lead multiple teams for diverse projects, from FaceBook applications to online games. Team members had different seniority levels and were proficient on multiple technologies such as Java devs, ActionScript devs, QA engineers, PHP developers, etc
Jan 2002 - Jul 2009 at Amautalab.com
Senior developer / Tech Lead
Customers: Toyota Scion site, Toyota Mundo Yaris site, isuma.tv canadian portal, Sanrio online licensing approval system, La Agencia de Orci site, Casanova Pendrill site, AIM V site, aiwaworld.com dynamic content, Art Center College of Design site facelift, panaka.com perl backend engine.
Responsibilities: In 2002 developed panaka, an online web drive service using mod_perl installed on customer dedicated servers. Lead a team of developers to build and maintain websites, frontend and backend modules for amautalab customers on Los Angeles and New York.
Goals: Lead the dev team. All developers worked remotely from Peru, Argentina and LA.
Jul 1997 – Jan 2002 at Phantasia, Peru (http://www.phantasia.pe
Customers: Peruvian website companies, Telefonica Peru projects, BellSouth Peru projects, Presidential elections 2001, etc.
Responsibilities: First IT employee on the company. Lead the dev team in charge of creating and maintaining web sites for the company customers.
Goals: Learn open source web technologies, focused on LAMP.