I started with software pretty early, configuring each program to the maximum, discovering how they worked and testing as many new applications as I could. Since in my family there was always a shortage of devices with which to risk taking apart, hardware had to wait a bit.
As soon as i had any opportunity, i disassembled, reassembled and began discovering the world of hardware, learning how computers worked and how to modify, repair and configure almost every part of a modern PC.
I’ve chosen Python as my main programming language because I think it is the most complete tool that enables learning with the least syntactic barrier. That being said, I enjoy learning the latest and greatest technologies and frameworks, although I’m mainly focused on backend.
I was always passionate about computers and I have a non-common ease of understanding of how they work and it’s most complex concepts, enabling me to learn quickly and with high standards. I also taught myself about music production and video editing (motion graphics and video production/postproduction).
Whole-day timezone comparison
When working with people that are not in your local timezone, the available resources are the usual webpages that only show one hour at a time.
With this script you can quickly compare a full day of your timezone against a foreign one.
LBRY Batch Uploadopen.lbry.com/@bLeDy:e/lbry-batch-upload-demo:b
- Flask, Django, FastAPI, Gunicorn, SocketIO
- Pytest, Selenium, BeautifulSoup, Ansible
- PyQt5, PySide2, Tkinter, PyGObject
- Nummpy, Pandas, Matplotlib, OpenCV, Pillow, Jupyter Notebooks
- HTML and CSS
- Linux and Windows
- CI/CD pipelines