The amazing people from Artica and IDMind found me and gave me the awesome opportunity of working with them on their robot Magabot. They were great mentors and provided me resources to work on all sorts of crazy projects, like the time we hacked a Sega Rally arcade to control real RC cars.
So I joined SINFO, one of the biggest student organized confs in the world, where we started using node to solve some of the problems we had. For example, we created EventDeck that optimized a lot our speakers and sponsor contact process and let us put together the biggest event of the previous 21 editions.
In the meanwhile I also started working for Muzzley, an intelligent platform for IoT consumer world. It avoids the need to have tons of different apps to interact with all the different devices. When I started, I worked mainly on the integration of those devices, doing reverse engineering of the APIs when needed, and implementing their managers in Node. Then I was mainly focused on the API, but I've also worked on the website and core messaging platform.
I spent the end of 2015 in London working for YLD as a Consultant, working alongside awesome people and helping big companies switch from old school stacks to modern technologies like node, react and redux.