I received the M.Sc. degree in computer science from the University of Almería in 2008. I am a member of the Supercomputing-Algorithms Research Group at the University of Almería and currently I am working toward a PhD in the area of image coding and transmission.
In my spare time I enjoy designing and developing native mobile apps for Android, experimenting and making stuff with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, and learning new things.
I have collaborated with Packt Publishing as a book reviewer of Android Sensor Programming By Example (2016).
I was co-founder of Android Almería Developers Group and an active member of HackLab Almería, where I collaborated organizing programming talks, Hackathons and Game Jams.
I am proud to have collaborated in the development of open source projects like NanoPlayBoard. Moreover, I have participated as a mentor in Google Summer of Code 2015 and GSOC 2016 with the P2PSP organization.
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