Ctrl Alt Tec
2018 - Present
Co-founded the first Hack Club (programming club) in Mexico, allowing students at Tec de Monterrey to become more involved in STEM.
I organize events, meetings, workshops and classes.
Microsoft Student Hackathon 2021
My team and I won first place in the “Hack for education” category.
We worked on a series of lessons, using .NET Interactive, where we explain Computer Science fundamentals as we would have wanted to learn them.
Yolia - Education
Aug 2021 - Dec 2021
Worked with the organization Yolia, which offers young people at high social risk a place to live, eat and learn.
My team and I developed a website that generates math exercises for kids in primary school.
Microsoft Hackathon 2020
Hackathon organized for all the students whose Microsoft internships got canceled due to COVID-19.
Developed a bot, using the Azure Bot Service, and integrated it on a website. My team won 2nd place.
Presentation at ITESM's Investigation Congress
I was invited to present my research paper "Market segmentation through Big Data at Amazon" at my university's investigation congress.
Grupo Salinas Hackathon
Developed a system that recognizes faces and emotions, with the purpose of analyzing patterns, helping retail managers make better decisions regarding customer experience.
Mentored one of the finalist teams in "Reto Cuantrix", which is a national contest, organized by Fundación Televisa.
The team I mentored won the competition.
Developed an app that allows artists to upload their paintings, so that users can visualize them using AR. Won a 2 week bootcamp in Guadalajara to keep working on the project and pitch to possible investors.
Sep 2017 – Apr 2019
I was part of the 3933 team, working on the programming sector (Java). As a volunteer, I helped organizing different events, including FLL and FTC.
Developed an app with two friends; we entered a contest and won the opportunity to pitch our project at INCmty, which is the largest entrepreneurship festival in Latin America.
Sep 2017 – Nov 2017
International high school programming competition organized by the MIT and NASA.
Programmed a SPHERE along with three classmates and achieved 2nd place nationally. (2D phase)