Previously worked at
Summer Intern – July to August 2019
Created a library from scratch and integrated it with one of the company's internal APIs.
PHP + GRAPHQL + OAUTH 2.0
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
September 2016 to May 2020
BSc in Computer Science Engineering.
C + JAVA + LINUX + SQL + HTML + CSS + JS
Got scholarships to attend Apple's WWDC18 and WWDC19 by creating a Connect Four game and developing a demo of a pathfinding algorithm implementation, respectively.
January to June 2018
Succesfully completed a 6-month on-site course about lean startup, design thinking, marketing and more.
Y Combinator Startup School
September to October 2018
Graduated from YC's 2-month online course for startups, which included many lectures and weekly video calls with other participants.
Platform for meeting locals, joining travelers in their trips and discovering nearby events. In charge of design and part of the backend.
PHP + MYSQL
Simple app for storing short text snippets in public pages. A feature consisting on keeping private online notebooks is on the roadmap.
NODEJS + MYSQL
App (in development)
An elegant Hacker News reader for iPhone.
Created a static website for a family business.
HTML + CSS
Features on the media
El Correo Gallego
“Este nuevo viaje a Silicon Valley fue genial, volveré a intentarlo”
July 8th, 2019
Interview after WWDC19.
Diario de Pontevedra
Luis Fariña: "Para vivir del sector tecnológico no creo que tenga que irme fuera"
June 17th, 2018
Interview after WWDC18.
La Voz de Galicia
Naturalmente, el mejor negocio
June 11th, 2018
Some participants of Santander Explorer 2018, including myself, spent an entire afternoon pitching and selling different products to people in Santiago de Compostela. All the collected money was donated to a charity which educates children on nature and the environment.
I'm part of the Google Developers Group at Pontevedra, Spain, which holds programming-related events. The group helped organize the GDG DevFest Galicia 2018, with around 150 attendees.
Helped translate Discord into Spanish and Galician.
Sometimes I make my own little videogames using PICO-8.