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I'm Oscar Chavez.

I'm a web/mobile developer πŸ“±, software engineer βš™οΈ, cloud architect ☁️ and project manager πŸ“¨.

Formerly, I was CTO at a software company I co-founded, πŸ”»VR3.io, where I did a lot of interesting work, met awesome people and had the chance to grow very quickly as an engineer, manager and entrepreneur.

I've done a lot of on-site, remote and temporary contract jobs with clients (mainly) from Mexico πŸ‡²πŸ‡½, but also from US πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ and Europe πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί.

Meetups, events and conferences are something I'm always looking to assist or participate in. I'm always up to help the industry grow, give some career advice and meet amazing people 😎.

Also I love (to win) hackathons πŸ†!

Interested in working with me? Hit me up βœ‰οΈ


Here's a list of the main tools I use to work (2017):

(This means I no longer use it)

  • Ruby on Rails Very complete web app framework
  • Heroku Powerful platform for application hosting
  • AngularJS HTML enhanced for webapps
  • Unity3D Most popular Game Engine for VR/Ar Dev
  • Sublime Text Greatest text editor
  • iTerm2 macOS Terminal Replacement
  • Transmit Great FTP Manager
  • Postico Very easy-to-use PostgreSQL Manager
  • ASANA Project Management in the Cloud
  • Adobe Creative Cloud (Ps, Ai, Ae) Creative Suite

UPDATE (2018)

I'm using these other tools now:

  • React DOM Management Frontend Library
  • Angular 5 Udpated: HTML enhanced for webapps
  • VS Code Favorite code editor
  • Postman API Explorer
  • Slack Project management
  • Robomongo MongoDB Client
  • Sequel Pro MySQL Client
  • DB Browser: SQLITE SQLite Client

UPDATE (2019)

I've added a couple more to the list:

  • React Native Crossplatform Native Development
  • AWS Amazon Web Services for Cloud
  • GCP Google Cloud services
  • Docker Container platform
  • Ansible Infrastructure as Code
  • Jenkins CI/CD Server
  • Kubernetes Container Orchestration

Currently learning:

  • Go
  • Python (Pandas, NumPy, SciKit)