Computer systems technician, passionate about software and everything that enables the interaction between a machine and the user. Professionally, I have been testing applications and operating systems for over a decade. As a result of my research, I write articles and guides that aim to help others in a simple and understandable way. I talk about software, technologies, and work methodologies with the sole objective of getting the most out of the applications.
Although my intention was always to become a great web designer, the passion for writing and the desire to click as many buttons as possible made me land here. Hope I can help you!If you need my help, press F1.
Some short questions…
What operating system do you prefer or use the most?
Windows 10, and Android. I think they are becoming a great team.
In your opinion, which is the best mobile operating system?
I do not think it is necessary to choose. iOS and Android have their ups and downs. Honorary mention for the excellent but forgotten Windows Mobile.
What application is a must on your computer?
Clarely, Word. However, Microsoft Edge has become quite indispensable lately.
And on your smartphone?
Feedly and Spotify are two indispensable ones.
Do you have a favourite game?
No, I am not a gamer at all. However, I have fond memories of Ignition. Maybe some people know it.
Fond of social networks? Which is your favourite?
They are good communication tools in some cases, but they tend to saturate me.
If you had to choose, which would you say has been the greatest technological invention of the last century?
The smartphone and the whole ecosystem created around it. It is fascinating how much the world has changed thanks to the war between Apple, Google, Samsung, and others, like HTC.
Who do you consider has contributed most towards the development of software?
It depends on what we call software. I think a lot of people have done their bit. Linus Torvalds, Bill Gates, or Steve Jobs have had a great influence when it comes to development. From my perspective, in this field, we should not ignore people like Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page, or Daniel Ek who have led great web developments.