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Software Developer Project Manager

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
December 12, 2018

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Carlos Esteban Miguens

curriculum vitae


Technologies C, hardware debug and prototyping, RTOS, Linux, SSH, Amazon AWS, Azure, PHP, Mysql, Javascript, NodeJS, GIT

Agile methodologies, remote working, self motivated, open to relocate, team member, online management tools

Working experience



CTO,, Argentina.

Ascensor Online start from the practice and knowledge of Agro Robots, using their IoT platform and adding it a new Android application and hardware design it by us to accomplish the industrial requirements.



Software Developer, Westinghouse Security, USA.

I resolved firmware features of the Nucli Lock device using Keil IDE, to develop in the STM32 ARM with FreeRTOS. Also I helped to improve the software development methodology implementing and using an issues tracker and a Git source repository. 2013–2017 Embedded Engineer, Agro Robots - Ascensor Online, Buenos Aires. For Agro Robots I made Weather Stations, Smart Watering Systems and an automatic hydroponic machine. In this start up I mix embedded devices and farming techniques. 08/16–10/16 Professor, CADIEEL, Buenos Aires.

Theory of operating systems, RTOS (real-time operating system) applied to industry and critical applications. RTOS theory and practice of static and dynamic operating systems. The CIAA or Argentinian Industrial Open Computer was the hardware used and FreeOSEK the RTOS.

02/16–12/16 Project Manager, Ministry of Modernization of Buenos Aires City, Buenos Aires. I leaded a team composed of 4 in house developers and 3 freelancers using agile methodologies, on the eight months project all the sprints was right on schedule using online management tools like Trello, Github and Bugzilla. 12/14–08/15 Software developer,, Buenos Aires. At Avantrip microservice architecture I worked on the Java backend for flight search using Hibernate, Spring, Junits using agile methodologies. 09/12–08/13 CTO,, Buenos Aires.

I defined technologies and infrastructure, administering the Red Hat server in AWS for the LAMP application developed using agile methodologies. For the source repository we used Git.

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̋ • 09/12–08/13 Analyst and software developer, Bank of the Province, Buenos Aires. Working on development and functional analysis in the area of Electronic Channels of the Bank of the Province of Buenos Aires. Participated in the developments products written in Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 technology, using ASP.NET MVC 2.0 and C sharp. 09/10–10/11 Analyst and software developer, Thomson Reuters, Buenos Aires. I worked in the Editorial Automation System with agile methodologies together a team of developers with whom we made the migration of the data model and the look and feel implementing JSF-Richfaces, Hibernate, Junit and Log4J Frameworks. 06/09–10/10 Analyst and software developer, Visa, Buenos Aires. At Visa I developed the role of coordinator and analyst interacting with the area of operations, establishing and defining procedures for the registration of establishments to the Visa Payment Service and acting as a team reference to the company’s commercial sector in the implementation of the new SPV (Visa Payment Service). As a developer, I participated in Visa Home Partners, Visa Home Establishments, Visa Home Commercial Cards, Visa Payment Service and the demo version of the Orange Card Shopping Mall. The technology I used in the different systems was Java, with presentation logic written in XSLT templates and persistence layer in JDBC.

07/08–02/09 Software developer, Kapsch, Buenos Aires. Kapsch is an Austrian company dedicated to the development of a electronic toll booth with a software factory based in Buenos Aires, where I worked as a .NET developer writing business logic in C Sharp for the "North South Bypass Tunnel" project for Brisbane Australia. 12/06–04/08 Analyst and software developer, Accenture, Buenos Aires. I worked on the Iberdrola project which began as a training trip to Spain where the system designers showed me the architecture and working methodologies. On the return to Argentina the first objective was to start up the Iberdrola developer team in Buenos Aires, successfully accomplished and making a team of 15 developers. The technologies used in the Iberdrola project were J2EE, DB2, with the frameworks IBatis, Log4J, Junit and presentation layer in JSP.

04/06–10/07 Professor, Hogar Naval Stella Maris, Buenos Aires. While working at Accenture, 2 times a week on lunch hours I attended to Hogar Naval Stella Maris High School to train students in Java and Object Oriented Programming in an extracurricular course. The course I taught served as a platform for the generation of the Research and Development Center that encourages and enables school students to participate in computer contests such as Gaming .NET, Imagine Cup, Argentinian Olympiad in Informatics (OIA) and International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI). 07/04–01/06 Analyst and software developer, ADEA, Buenos Aires. ADEA is an administrator of physical files, it provides the service of digitalizing papers with information to make them accessible to its clients via web searches. I worked at ADEA responding customers requirements, thinking and writing solutions in J2EE and ASP. The clients I worked with at ADEA were AIG, BBVA, Mapfre and the Ministry of Economy. 12/03–06/04 Software developer, Nextel, Buenos Aires. I worked as a Java software developerfor Nextel using the JBuilder and Eclipse IDEs in systems written on J2EE with EJB, servlet and JSP technology using Oracle database. 02/03–12/03 Software developer, Indra, Buenos Aires. I started my career at Indra’s software factory as a Java Junior developer, for the Belcorp’s ERP, which was carried out by 70 people among programmers, analysts, integration managers and team leaders. The project was certified as CMMI level 3. The technologies used in the Belcorp project were J2EE, Enterprise Java Beans (EJB), Servlets, JSP, XML, HTML and Java Script.

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2014–2015 Specialization in Embedded Systems, UBA, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires.

On the specialization course I attended the subjects Electronic for the industry, RTOS I

(FreeRTOS), RTOS II (OSEK), Design for the manufacture, Implementation of operation systems. Also I was assistant Professor at the RTOS and C language Course. 2011–2015 Technicature on Vegetable Organic Production, UBA, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires.

With the intention of getting knowledge about food and vegetable production to mix them with my experience in the area of technology development. I studied Organic Vegetable Production at the University of Buenos Aires.

2009–2010 Bachelor, UADE, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Buenos Aires. I have been studying bachelor in Engineering Informatic. 1997–2002 High School, Hogar Naval Stella Maris, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Technical high school with signatures of software development in Pascal, C++, Visual Basic, SQL Server, Networking Technologies. On high school I participated on the creation of the Science Club and many software development contests. Awards and recognition

2015 The Rolling Stone magazine published a note about the Farmbot I built. 2013 I attended at Microsoft Imagine Cup contest to present my Automatic Hydroponic Machine and received the national innovation award. 2008 We qualified to the international final competition held in Paris on the Microsoft Imagine Cup making IA algorithms to run on nano bots injected in a simulated human tissue to heal the body.

1998 On high school I participated in the Argentinian Informatic Olympiad. More info at



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