Since I can remember I've been in love with art: cinema, photography, painting.
But also I've been in love with technology and how things work.
That's why I was a SysAdmin until 2014 when my other passion came into play.
From 2013 to 2018 I worked for my own project as a photographer: Pictob.
I went from solo to have a team of 4 photographers, the whole project was based on automation; something better learnt in my engineering work experience.
We had clients such as UberEats Spain, Take Eat Easy, Real Madrid (theclubme agency), Pernod Ricard Spain, and several small businesses around Spain.
Since 2018 I’m back in the game as a SRE / DevOps / SysAdmin.
One thing I learned from this changes is that creativity, problem solving skills,
coworkers and user experience are so important, no matter the business you are in.
I came back to tech because I knew the basics of how things work, but most important: I could come back because my friends in tech supported me.
I'm CKA (Certified Kubernetes Administrator) because I really love how Kubernetes works and the possibilities it opens.
Automation is key. From time saving to disaster recovery practire, IaC is awesome. Also I'm a Hashicorp Certified: Terraform Associate
DevOps culture is about breaking walls and avoiding silos. I enjoy having cooperation between departments and help people to be more independent to speed up the value stream.
Feeling that your team is working fine is crucial, also to have ethics, empathy and honesty not only with them but also if you report to somebody.
COVID19 and work from home helped me to have more time for reading and studying. So I opened a list of books that I've been reading and consider useful in some point.
Medium and community blogs are so helpful to fulfill knowledge. No matter if you are looking for Kubernetes the Hard Way or some example of infrastructure in the cloud.
Nowadays I use mostly 120mm film but here you can find a sample of my personal work and also my favourites of my contract work.