Jose is an electronic engineer focused on programming. The main reason for this is that he believes that through code he can materialize his ideas and his projects controlling everything in the course of them. His long-term objective is to be able to use his programming skills along with his background in Design Thinking and Human-Centered Design to develop projects in the vanguard that satisfy people's needs in a simple and effective manner and that could be used almost without social or economics limitations. As a web software developer at SWAPPS, he has had the opportunity not only of learning about code but also learning about the best practices to develop a project to a successful state with the less cost possible. In his free times, he is an avid reader, a forming musician, an occasional gamer and a movies and theater lover.

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First thing first, I am no expert on machine learning. But I am studying it and I am very interested in it. This blog post is product of what I have studied so far, so I apologize for the errors or imprecisions it may have. Taking this into consideration, let’s start. First, lets define some … Continued

As a developer, there is a moment when you have to face an integration with an outside service (JIRA, Toggl, Slack, Github, WordPress, and a million more). It may be done via REST API, GraphQL, SOAP, or the protocol that the developers behind the service are using. This post is not about how to use … Continued

One of the most important moments when writing a python application is testing. It could be boring, tedious and {{ insert your favorite insult here }}, but it will save your life when that careless teammate goes and twists everything (that careless teammate could be you at 7:00 a.m. on Monday) just before due time. … Continued