Ever since I was young, I aspired to become a fighter pilot, inspired by the likes of Yuri Gagarin and Arnaldo Tamayo. However, my life took a different turn when I encountered my first computer at the age of 8. From that moment on, I immersed myself in the world of computers, pursuing a Bachelor of Science and later a Master of Science in Computer Sciences from the University of Havana's Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences. To me, programming is more than just a skill; it's a form of art that I am passionate about.

2000-2006: Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Havana.
July 2006: Bachelor of Sciences in Computer Sciences.
March 2011: Master of Sciences in Computer Sciences.

Areas of Interest
Software Architecture, Programming Languages, Object Oriented Programming, Aspect Oriented
Programming, Service Oriented Architecture, Microservices, Distributed, and Parallel
Programming, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Networks, Web Programming,
Cloud Computing and Programming for Smart Devices.

Undergraduate Experience
  • 9 Presentations in Student’s Scientific Workshops.
  • 4 Prizes in Cuban National Contests of Computer Sciences.
  • Student assistant professor on Java Programming, Computers Architecture and Mobile Programming with .NET.

Papers, Books and Awards
  • “Including Assertions in .NET Assemblies”, NET Developer’s Journal”. September 2003, Volumen 1, Number 9, ISSN: 1541-2849 coauthored with Miguel Katrib and Erich Ledesma.
  • “PON: Peer to Peer Over .NET”, Dotnetmanía. No 13, March 2005, ISSN: 1698-5451 (in Spanish) coauthored with Miguel Katrib.
  • “Weboo Messenger”, Dotnetmanía No 24, March 2006, ISSN: 1698-5451 (in Spanish) coauthored with Miguel Katrib.
  • “OCR.NET”, Dotnetmanía No 41, October 2007, ISSN: 1698-5451 (in Spanish) coauthored with Miguel Katrib and Ludwig Leonard
  • “Visual Studio 2008: Desafía todos los retos”, Book, Miguel Katrib, Mario Del Valle, Leonardo Paneque and others. Netalia S.L, Madrid. 2008. ISBN: 978-84-934895-7-1.
  • “Weboo Spaces”, Dotnetmanía No 41, October 2010, ISSN: 1698-5451 (in Spanish) coauthored with Miguel Katrib.
  • Award : “Best book in Natural and Exact Sciences”, to the book “Visual Studio .NET 2008 desafía todos los retos”. Universidad de la Habana, January 20, 2010.
  • “Weboo Spaces: Un enfoque SOA a un espacio de tuplas”,
    Congreso Iberoamericano de Software Engineer, CIbSE, Cuenca, Ecuador, Abril, 2010. ISBN:978-9978-325-10-0
  • “Programación Paralela con Visual Studio 2010 y .NET Framework 4.0”, Dotnetmanía No 69, Abril 2010, ISSN: 1698-5451, with Miguel Katrib.
  • “A SOA Approach to a Lambda-enabled tuple space”, CIICC' 2010, Tamaulipas, México (accepted paper).
  • “HAMLET: Heterogeneous Application Middleware Layer for Extensive Tasks”, Congreso Iberoamericano de Software Engineer,CIbSE 2011, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • "A Volunteer Computing Middleware Framework as a Service Oriented Architecture", CIICC' 2011, Morelia, México. (accepted paper)
  • "Empiece a Programar. Un enfoque multiparadigma con C#". (in Spanish) Book. Miguel Katrib, Leonardo Paneque, Ludwid Leonardo at all. 521p. ISBN 978-1973359470.


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