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Marcos García Ortega

I've been working on Java (and Javascript) from my very first gig. Starting with 1.6 and growing until Java 8.
Eight years later ('bout time) I decided to change gears and started using Kotlin. I felt it like breeze of fresh air.
Then, I felt more comfortable learning new languages and decided to become a language agnostic programmer. That's why I started with Golang. Big fan of the gopher lang.
While on the pandemic, I made a masters course on Machine Learning and there I started to use Python. Still not using it for the big environments (API creation and stuff) but to do some scripting and jupyter notebooks I felt it a must.
I also feel familiar with shell languages like Bash or Powershell, despite I'm not an expert... yet...

I've been working on Java (and Javascript) from my very first gig. Starting with 1.6 and growing until Java 8.
Eight years later ('bout time) I decided to change gears and started using Kotlin. It was like a breeze of fresh air.
Then, I felt more comfortable learning new languages and decided to become a language agnostic programmer. That's why I started with Golang. Big fan of the gopher lang.
While on the pandemic, I made a masters course on Machine Learning and there I started to use Python. Still not using it for the big environments (API creation and stuff) but to do some scripting and jupyter notebooks I felt it a must.
I also feel familiar with shell languages like Bash or Powershell, despite I'm not an expert... yet...