Julián R. Figueroa, Certified Scrum Master Developer in Bogotá DC, Colombia
Julián R. Figueroa

Certified Scrum Master Developer in Bogotá DC, Colombia

Member since November 9, 2016
Julian is a dedicated and responsible engineer, software developer, and digital entrepreneur. He has had the fortune to work with some great people from whom he's learned a lot in the matters of entrepreneurship, innovation, and UX design. Julian expects to be working always in this passionate technological industry.
Julián is now available for hire


  • Liztum
    Middleman, ZURB Foundation, Heroku, PostgreSQL, Docker, Ruby on Rails (RoR)
  • Bunny, Inc.
    Docker, MySQL, Grails, Express.js, Node.js, CakePHP
  • Zentrifuga
    ZURB Foundation, PostgreSQL, Azure, Docker, Ruby on Rails (RoR), Ruby



Bogotá DC, Colombia



Preferred Environment

Heroku, Postman, Git, Sublime Text, Linux, MacOS

The most amazing...

...software I've built is an online responsive web application that makes amateur sports clubs more profitable.


  • CTO | Co-founder

    2016 - PRESENT
    • Created a Rails monolithic app that was ready for users within two months and deployed with an SSL certificate and secure authentication with scope access to resources.
    • Used GitHub pages to deploy our landing home page; using Middleman (static web technology) and delivering changes without any complicated stack.
    • Connected to Google Analytics, Skylight, and Mailgun as external services to delegate responsibilities of user tracking, app performance, and email delivery.
    Technologies: Middleman, ZURB Foundation, Heroku, PostgreSQL, Docker, Ruby on Rails (RoR)
  • Back-end Developer

    2017 - 2018
    Bunny, Inc.
    • Supported the migration of several user flows from monolith to API-centered requests.
    • Improved the conversion rate significantly—building a more robust payment process of projects.
    • Integrated several measuring tools to improve development team processes.
    Technologies: Docker, MySQL, Grails, Express.js, Node.js, CakePHP
  • CTO | Co-founder

    2015 - 2016
    • Created a web application for supporting open innovation programs.
    • Developed a six multi-role system per innovation program which meant every user could have several roles in different programs.
    • Migrated from a monolithic application to an API-centered architecture using Docker containers in a remote web server.
    Technologies: ZURB Foundation, PostgreSQL, Azure, Docker, Ruby on Rails (RoR), Ruby
  • Back-end Developer

    2014 - 2015
    • Developed several views of the software platform and design some data structures that allowed the software to work multithread—reducing the average big data page load from +50 seconds to ~15 seconds.
    Technologies: Amazon Web Services (AWS), JavaServer Faces
  • Technical Instructor

    2014 - 2015
    • Taught in a national tour of more than six cities, as a short-time (two days) boot camp instructor with +800 students working and learning in Android development, developing basic apps with Google Maps and push notifications.
    • Introduced students to computational thinking, algorithmic understanding, and first-time programming syntax writers using Java Environment as the main tool.
    • Taught regular Android basic and intermediate programming—using sensors, network connections, and databases management.
    Technologies: Android, Java
  • Operations Manager

    2014 - 2015
    • Designed and documented all processes, documentation, and technology tool implementation.
    • Managed and was in charge of the work methodology and follow up tasks of all the team members.
    Technologies: Asana, PHP, Google Apps, WordPress


  • Toggl Pomodoro Break Feature

    Toggl is a great tool to track time. They have their clients work publicly in an open source collaboration space where anyone can pull and improve and if lucky, get published on the platform for millions of users.

    They integrated a Pomodoro functionality last year, but there was no automatic Pomodoro break so I decided to implement it, and it was accepted and merged into the public stable version of the tool!

  • Google Apps Script for Calendar

    This code was a personal exercise that I made when I first encountered Google Apps script. There was a technology event running in Bogotá called Colombia 3.0 and at the time the agenda was being distributed to all participants via PDF or printed, which was not very useful if you wanted to attend the most-interesting-to-you talks.

    So I decided to move that information into a Google Sheet, convert those events to actual events in a Google Calendar, and make the calendar public to everyone, as well as the piece of code I wrote to make it work.

    Instructions here:

  • Static Landing Page

    As a skilled developer of Ruby on Rails, I decided to deploy my startup landing page using the closest static web technology available: Middleman.

    Hosted publicly at GitHub:


  • Tools

    Asana, Atom, Slack, Git, Docker Compose, GitHub, SourceTree, Postman, Sublime Text, Terminal, GitHub Pages, Middleman, Vim Text Editor
  • Paradigms

    Agile Software Development, Scrum
  • Other

    Hackathons, GitFlow, Certified Scrum Master
  • Languages

    Go, Ruby, JavaScript, Java, PHP
  • Frameworks

    Android SDK, Ruby on Rails (RoR), ZURB Foundation, JavaServer Faces, CakePHP, Express.js, Grails
  • Libraries/APIs

    Apiary API, Google Apps, Node.js, Google Maps API
  • Platforms

    MacOS, Linux, Android, Heroku, Docker, Azure, WordPress, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Storage

    PostgreSQL, MySQL


  • Certified Scrum Master in Scrum Master Methodology
    2015 - 2015
    SEONTI - Bogotá DC, Colombia
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Multimedia Engineering
    2007 - 2013
    Universidad Militar Nueva Granada - Bogotá DC, Colombia
  • Academic Exchange, third year in Systems Engineering
    2010 - 2010
    Universidad Santiago de Compostela - Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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