My name is Francisco Javier, although everybody knows me as Javi. Since I was a child I am passionate about computers and any technological device. The first day that I code I knew that I wanted to continue programing for the rest of my life; if my biggest hobby becomes my job it will be a dream come true.
However, my relationship with face-to-face training was not as good as I would liked; at one point in my life, I dropped out of school and started studying on my own what really excited me: computer science, and more specifically programming and management of GNU/Linux operating systems. This was a blip in my professional career, but also made me a self-taught person who quickly finds a solution to the problems that may come during the development of projects or setting up a new service on servers.
After leaving school I was working on several jobs, not related to computers, in order to get money… but I did not see myself working on any of them for my whole life. Having assumed that, I went back to studying, performing all the intermediate necessary steps to achieve the real goal: get the Multi-platform Applications Development Higher National Diploma (EQF level 5), it means being able to justify in my CV that I really know what I know without needing someone to trust my word.