The sectors that interest me more specifically are:
To gain working experience in computing, programming and Software development.
To totally or partially support my College studies.
To enrich my culture and knowledge about software development
Mission: *To Maintain and attend the CECom lab.
*To optimize the different computers inside the lab.
*To take prints, CD/DVD recordings, etc.
*To offer varied material (software, e-books,etc) from different courses offered by the Computing Department.
*To carry out some basic lab's accounting.
Means: *Use of several OS, like Windows and GNU/Linux(Zenwalk, Lubuntu, PCLinux, VectorLinux, etc.)
*Use of IDE's and office software.
*Basic/medium hardware maintenance.
Appraisal: EXPERIENCE IN:
*Using several GNU/Linux distributions
*Use of free software
*Basic hardware knowledge.
Mission: *To keep the supplies, cattle and crop stocks updated.
*To record in detail every input/output of any supply or product.
*To archive bills, receipts, and any relevant document, keeping a certain order.
*To keep track of the farm's expenses.
*Administrate the employers salaries.
*To deliver reports to superiors.
Means: Generally just a pc, using Microsoft Excel to elaborate almost any record, or any other complementary software, depending on each specific task.
Reports were delivered by E-Mail.
Appraisal: *Excel (or any similar software) experience.
*Experience in the administration field.
*good financial status (considering age, personal economy situation, and other general issues).
Since February 2007
COMPUTER SCIENCE DEGREE
To plan, manage and audit Software Development Projects, on any scale. To design, develop and mantain basic and application programs (Software). To test and start up the already developed software. To make technical-computational studies on proyects involving computers use. To promote the computing applications to new areas. To perform university teaching.
March 2004 - December 2006
BACHELOR'S DEGREE ON ECONOMY AND ORGANIZATIONS MANAGEMENT
.-Since December 2011
Department Counselor of the Computer Science and Engineer Department
.-Since December 2011
President of the Computer Science Student Center - Directive Commission