I lead the design and development of international law enforcement API services using JAVA Boot microservices architecture with a strategy of modernise and converge our solutions, reducing our reliance on external suppliers and reducing the technical debt and legacy software systems, saving the tax-payers money.
One of the most interesting things is mentoring and encouraging the young professionals and students in Computing for their choices and decision-making, cherishing their growth. As digital technology is ever evolving with an immense impact on our daily lives, another interesting aspect is becoming something better, finding breakthroughs to do things better. This is what keeps me going.
I earned an Erasmus Mundus master’s in networks and eBusiness centred computing (2009-2011) from three different European universities with a distinction. Additionally, I am a PhD in Computer Sciences from KU Leuven Belgium (2012-2016). I was a research associate in Smart Mobile Cloud Computing and a Technical research manager for commodity trading and blockchain platforms.
Maths and Video Games. Since my childhood, I was an avid gamer and a problem solver. Hence, solving my math problems was my second-best pastime after video games. My first interaction with a computer was inspired by a DOS game. And when it was time to choose a career, the obvious choice without a doubt was digital & technology.
Reach out and Lean in. Never hesitate to ask what is not clear to get your tasks/projects done. The more you ask, the more you learn. In digital & tech, everyone is learning continuously, so you can always be a part of it.