1. Why did you choose the Computer Engineering degree at our university and how has your experience been?
I chose computer engineering because I like it and I thought I had a great future.
2. What has led you to pursue your degree at the URJC?
It was the first year that this race was held at the URJC, which I thought at the time could be a good thing, with people wanting to do it well. The location of the university was also a plus
3. What do you highlight the most or what do you value most about your university stage at URJC?
The people and friends I met there. A very nice stage.
4. Would you change anything about your time at URJC?
I have a good memory, what works; better not touch it.
5. What has graduating meant to you?
It's been a long time since I graduated. But in its day it opened the doors of the working world for me.
6. What is your employment situation after finishing the degree?
I have a 20-person app development company. www.ptg.digital. All URJC alumni are especially welcome J
7. When you finish your degree and become a URJC Alumni, what advice would you give to students who are finishing their studies at this university?
Let them do what they like. Nor what family, friends tell you or choose a job offer only to earn a little more money.
8. How do you imagine yourself professionally in a period of five to ten years?
With luck retired. Retired at 50 would not be bad J
9. Do you think that the pandemic has affected your work development, or, on the contrary, has it become an opportunity?
I'm lucky. I am informatic. It is another world, without unemployment and with great opportunities.
10. Do you plan to continue studying and do you value doing it again at our university?
It wouldn't hurt to go back to college, but as a teacher. It would be something that I would love.