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Jesus Dario Rivera

Jesus Dario Rivera

Seville, Spain
Member since September 18, 2015
Jesus is a co-founder of Netbeast.co. Recently graduated with a Bachelor's in Engineering at the University of Sevilla, he has 2 years of experience as full-stack developer as well as a year of experience as CTO, managing a team of engineers and making executive decisions.
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Portfolio
  • Netbeast
    Node, Angular, MongoDB, Ruby on Rails, Bash, C/C++, MATLAB
  • FIUS
    C/C++, CUDA, MATLAB, BASH, CMake, OpenCV
Experience
  • JavaScript, 5 years
  • Lean Startups, 3 years
  • Express.js, 2 years
  • MongoDB, 2 years
  • React, 1 year
  • React Native, 1 year
Seville, Spain
Availability
Part-time
Preferred Environment
Linux, Mac Atom, Sublime Text, Bash
The most amazing...
...thing I'm building is an OS for routers to control IoT in your home. It is completely built onto Linux and node.js and works with any brand for home automation.
Employment
  • CTO
    2014 - PRESENT
    Netbeast
    • Created an app marketplace that implemented version control through Git using node.js, MongoDB, and some shell script.
    • Designed an OS to run node.js apps that is installable in routers with minimum footprint, with high-level user interface and fine-grained app launching.
    • Implemented an abstraction REST API for CRUD IoT resources in node.js, SQLite and a Python and ES6 wrapper for it.
    • Launched several open source projects with continuous integration and delivery, code coverage, and functional tests.
    • Created a lightweight SDK terminal client to automate IoT app development.
    Technologies: Node, Angular, MongoDB, Ruby on Rails, Bash, C/C++, MATLAB
  • Intern Researcher
    2014 - 2015
    FIUS
    • Compiled C++ code with MATLAB as the target.
    • Implemented several filters for GPU processing images using CUDA.
    • Used MATLAB to prototype different algorithms to implement and benchmark their results.
    • Wrote several tutorials and guides and published the results internally within the university research network.
    • Learned CMake to compile together OpenCV with CUDA with several C++ libraries.
    • Used OpenCV to read the image stream and pass them to CUDA filters.
    Technologies: C/C++, CUDA, MATLAB, BASH, CMake, OpenCV
Experience
  • Chaos Pad (Development)
    http://jsdario.github.io/chaos/

    An electronic "chaos pad" simulator for web and touch devices written purely on JavaScript.

  • Netbeast (Development)
    https://netbeast.co

    Smart Home startup. Netbeast is an open source software that allows IoT devices to talk with each other regardless of its brand and technology.

  • Wayra Deutschland (Development)
    http://de.wayra.co/

    A short-time collaboration with Wayra Startup accelerator to allow them to call to action, publish events, and show their current portfolio. Built on Angular + WordPress so their staff could publish and make contributions.

  • Toptal's Quick And Practical JavaScript Cheat Sheet: ES6 And Beyond (Publication)
    Software engineers are always searching for the best tools and guides to help them be more productive and allow them to spend less time reading long technical specifications. Today, Toptal is pleased to present a new resource to the community: the JavaScript Cheat Sheet - ES6 and Beyond. Toptal's JavaScript Cheat Sheet is a quick, easily understandable reference guide. It is free to download and includes all the new and exciting features introduced with ES6 as well as the future experimental features from ES7.
  • Programming Visually With Node-RED: Wiring Up The Internet Of Things With Ease (Publication)
    Node-RED, built on Node.js, is a tool designed for programming visually without having to write any code. It comes equipped with a browser-based flow editor that allows hardware devices and APIs to be connected with each other easily, making it an ideal tool for rapidly developing programs for IoT devices. In this article, Toptal freelance software engineer Jesús Darío Rivera walks us through the process of building a simple program using Node-RED and Netbeast along with a virtual light bulb plugin that mimics the capabilities of a real smart bulb.
Skills
  • Languages
    CSS, JavaScript, Java, Sass, C, SQL, Ruby, Bash, Go, PHP
  • Frameworks
    React Native, Express.js, Bootstrap 3, AngularJS, Ruby on Rails (RoR)
  • Libraries/APIs
    Node.js, React, React Redux
  • Platforms
    Linux, Android, WordPress, Firebase
  • Other
    Lean Startups
  • Tools
    MATLAB, Nginx, Apache
  • Paradigms
    Agile Software Development, Scrum
  • Storage
    SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB
Education
  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
    2011 - 2015
    Universidad de Sevilla - Sevilla
  • Professional degree in Language
    2014 - 2014
    Institut Catholique de Toulouse - Toulouse
  • Exchange program as part of my bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering
    2013 - 2014
    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid - Madrid
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