Ale Sanchez is a Software Engineer located in Madrid, Spain. He began his education at Computer Sciences with a Bachelor's Degree in that field. His final degree project was awarded with two prizes. That moment Ale Sanchez began to think about helping others using his knowledge on Computer Sciences.
After that he did a Master's Degree in Computer Sciences and that was when everything changed. The final project was about to build something (whatever he wanted) as an "entrepreneurship experiment". That was when he first did anything related to entrepreneurship. Ale Sanchez built UnNaranjo in 2017, a complete ecosystem for learning smartphone photography. He recorded online courses, opened a blog, gave face-to-face workshops... That entrepreneurship adventure is still going on. Ale Sanchez's photography blog has now more than 3k visitors each month and the Udemy courses are close to 50k total students.
After a year working full-time getting the project off the ground, Ale Sanchez began to work as Research Assistant for Universidad de Sevilla. He worked as a full-stack developer in the ISA Research group, developing projects for public and private companies.
Then he moved to a new position (and new city). He left his loved Sevilla and moved to Madrid for start working at Rebellion Pay as a Backend Engineer. He worked for a year mainly with NodeJS and a cloud AWS architecture. There he learned a lot more about DevOps and cloud architectures. After a year, he was chosen to plan a migration to a Microservice architecture. Then he was chosen as Tech Lead for a new project in the company built from scratch using microservices. That is his current position in which he is building a microservices architecture over Kubernetes and AWS using NestJS.
Ale started as backend engineer developing functionalities in a backend giving services to iOS and Android apps. The backend was developed with NodeJS and mongoDB as database. It was deployed in AWS.
Ale then was promoted to Tech Lead and started to lead the Rebellion Pay migration to microservices architecture. He built a Kubernetes-based architecture from scratch using Ansible and developed, with his team, a set of microservices for a new MVP using NestJS.
ISA group have developed a bibliometric analysis system. This has been Ale's first big real project using MEAN stack and a full architecture of microservices. They deployed and interconnected 11 services using Docker. Ale also made a port of the docker-compose deployment to Kubernetes. That allowed him to deploy and configure a Kubernetes cluster in AWS and a Bare Metal one in a QNAP NAS server.
UnNaranjo is an ecosystem for learning Smartphone Photography. Ale is building it with online courses, videos, a blog and face-to-face workshops.
He developed the initial idea following the customer development philosophy. By making interviews to early adopters and potential customers he has been able to develop four online courses which have, altogether, near 15 thousand students. The blog, also, receives more than 3 thousand visits each month and the business model allows all the components to generate a regular monthly income.
AMEI is a small-size company focused in web developing (with CMS), SEO and social media presence. They have worked for very famous companies like Ybarra (very important in Spain), City Sightseeing (founded here in Sevilla but known internationally) and Porsche. All the companies they have worked to are in their website
This was his first job and had the opportunity to work in the Serious Games project. Ale took part in the development of video games for children with cerebral palsy. The game was developed using XNA and a Kinect device, used for controlling the character in-game. The games were mainly question and answer games and the kid had to make some movement with the head, or just say anything in order to select the correct answer. That intern made Ale realise that he could use his knowledge on computer sciences and software engineering for improving people's live in many ways.
This bot is for helping people to acquire new vocabulary in english. It is designed for English language students, as it provides word meanings, examples and an audio with the word pronunciation.
Anyone who wants to use this bot just have to talk to it and will receive a new word each day.
Actually this is a scrapper that retrieves new travel sales every two hours. Then, a bot sends those new travels automatically to a telegram channel.
This channel is intended for people living in Spain, because all the sales are from travels departing Spain.
The Alexa Skills listed here are only available for Spanish marketplace.
This skill provides the user with historical moments. Each day the skill has a list with important events that happened on a day like today.
This skill has events related to different fields. It can give facts about art, wars, births and deaths...
This skill allows the user to play a questions and answers game with Alexa. Alexa will begin to ask true or false questions until the user tells Alexa to stop.
With each question, Alexa will give the user some extra information about the question answered.
This is a skeleton/seed/template project. Since I develop all my telegram bots using the same base library and the same schema, I decided to create a seed project for making my workflow easier, faster and smarter.
This project allows me (and whoever wants to use it) to implement the basic structure of a working telegram bot in minutes, substantially reducing the time and effort I have to invest on developing new bots.
Ale Sanchez isn't just a professional. He has also interests, concerns and aspirations. Leaving aside all the cliche interests like travelling, music, reading etcetera, which Ale obviously shares, here are presented other (less-typical) hobbies.
Ale is just a beginner, but during woodcarving, his mind is completely empty and 100% focused on the hands and the knife.
Escape Rooms are a great activity to strengthen ties and friendship. Ale is part of a group of friends that usually solve rooms together.
Ale is now beginning to learn rollerblading. He sees that activity as a way of doing exercise and as a test of his motor skills.
Nature is where Ale has to return from time to time. Not always the same place, but he needs to do some hiking or spend a weekend away from the city frequently.
Ale is not embarrassed of saying he loves food. The photo shows a croqueta, a typical spanish dish that is a pleasure for the senses.