To start with, I think I should give you some background info about myself. In 2018, I finished my MSc in Systems Engineering in Argentina. During my time at college I was focused on software performance and programming languages and how to improve developers experience, I was ready to start a PhD and continue in the academic world.
After doing some mandatory internships to get my degree I found myself really self-involved with Frontend Development and mostly curious about why do we build stuff. This leads me to pursue a career as a Frontend Engineer, but after a couple of years I realized I wanted to be even more involved in what to build, and why to build it, so I ended up transitioning into full-time Product Manager.
Currently, my main goal is to build enjoyable and valuable Products. Now, I'm lucky enough to be able to work again in my first passion, improving the developers experience. And also, helping to make the web faster, more accessible, and more inclusive.
Across the years, I've done a couple of personal projects. Some of them are framed as student projects, as they were developed while in college, to establish knowledge and take into practice some theoric concepts.
Other projects have been developed as pet projects while trying to get a better understanding over certain technologies, as you might appreciate I have a clear inclination to programming languages and how do they work under the hood.