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RailsConf - June 2010
When not at my day job, I am busy teaching programming to kids at my son's computer club (ruby4kids.com). Have been holding sessions on weekends with kids 12-16 for a couple of years. They have learned to develop games with the Ruby Gosu framework. They have learned NXC in combination with the Lego Mindstorms sets.
This year, we have concentrated on iOS and Objective-C. They have developed single view applications, and got one of them approved and posted in the Apple Store.
When not programming, I enjoy cycling with the local road racing training rides. I also enjoy fast cars and regularly attend track events with my Subaru BRZ.
Riverbed acquired OPNET in December 2012. During his tenure at Riverbed, Alberto headed the integration effort for the OPNET team as member of the Integration Management Office (IMO). Alberto attended all work stream meetings, and dealt with all operational issues regarding integration. Alberto, in cooperation with the Controller at Riverbed would bubble up any issues to the Integration Steering Committee. Alberto's knowledge of the company inner workings, and his broad grasp of technology and business practices were critical in contributing to a successful integration.
Alberto was a member of the executive management at OPNET. Alberto had oversight of all aspects of IT, including infrastructure, security, compliance and business applications. Alberto was also responsible for all facilities (domestic and international locations).
As a member of the executive team at OPNET, Alberto participated and was a leader of some of the most critical projects at the company.
Despite these responsibilities, Alberto ensured he set time aside for direct involvement in the architecture and development of Ruby on Rails applications. A sampling of recent hands-on projects include the following.
Database developer, worked on consulting software projects for enterprises and government agencies.
Worked with the Advanced Textiles Division, using carbon fibers.