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Android RSS reader custom Appcode
Crear una aplicación para Android que consuma un WS REST
“Todo salio bien, cumplio con todo lo que pedi y el producto quedo bien terminado y funcionando correctamente.”halleysolutions 3 years ago
Android RSS Reader (Atom + Image Support)
“I was very happy with Sebastian's work. He is quick and efficient. I did not have to provide any additional clarification for what I was after. He was also a great communicator. He always kept me up to date with the project and where things are at.”rabbieaz 6 years ago
Capture Client Java Applet
“Very fair, thoughtful, and reasonable to work with. Numerous helpful suggestions and improvements made on my initial requests.”sunsetsurf Nov 8, 2007
Develop simple Java class
“1. very reliable person 2. quick responses. it is easy to track project with him”WellDone Oct 22, 2007
Contract Software EngineerAug 2010
Technology and Software Engineering ConsultantAug 2010
IT Architecture and Technology Consultant. Software Engineering, Software Applications, Systems and Development Processes Consultant.
Chief Software ArchitectJan 2000 - Aug 2010 (10 years)
Software Architect, Design and Development leader. Software Engineering, Software Applications, Systems and Development Processes Consultant.
Director of Java courseMay 1999 - Aug 2004 (5 years)
Director and professor of the introductory Java course "Introduccin a Java". Course oriented at the training of students in the Java language, not only as a tool to aid in the design of Web pages, but as a complete object-oriented programming language with multiple applications while maintaining a total abstraction and encapsulation of the system and / or platform for which one develops.
Engineer, Systems Engineering1996 - 2000 (4 years)
Mature Agile Teams: Sixteen Essential Patterns (2011)Velocity Partners
Many teams have a relatively easy time adopting the tactical aspects of the agile methodologies. Usually a few classes, some tools' introduction, and a bit of practice lead teams toward a fairly efficient and effective adoption. However, these teams quite often are simply going through the motions and neither maximizing their agile performance nor delivering as much value as they could. Borrowing from his experience and lean software development methods, Bob Galen explores essential patterns -the "thinking models" of mature agile teams- including large-scale emergent architecture, relentless refactoring, quality on all fronts, pervasive product owners, lean work queues, stretching above and beyond, providing total transparency, saying "No", and many more. Bob also explores the leadership dilemma of self-directed teams and why there is still the need for active and vocal leadership in defending, motivating, and holding agile teams accountable.
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