Welcome to “El programador Ibérico” (The Iberic Programmer”), a blog attempt where I will share with you information about the software development world, like tips, tricks, code examples and even some news now and then.
But first of all, who am I? My name is Luis Alejandro Domínguez Bueno, a young (but unfortunately less young every time) man from Malaga, in Spain, who is passionate about technology and software. I have grown up taking apart every gadget that I have put my hands on, so I have learned a couple of things about electronics too. In a particular moment in my life, I became interested in software development, and I started making my first test videogames in environments like GameMaker and RPG Maker. I took a Superior Grade Formative Course in Computer Application Development, and I currently work at Accenture, where I learned about SAP and ABAP development.
When I started this blog 6 years ago in Spanish, I thought the majority of my posts would be about SAP, since that’s what I was working with, but most of my posts have been about Arduino or similar development boards. I do not promise regularity in the time between posts, but I promise interesting content (interesting for us geeks 😊).
English is not my native language, and I don’t have any formal studies on it. I just learnt it consuming media in english. Because of that, my english probably is a mix of american and british, and I will probably write things in a more complicated way than a native person would, but I’ll try my best 😉.
Not a lot more to say. I will see you in my next post!