Juan Pablo has worked as a web developer since 2000, in several fields including educational, weather, e-commerce, and insurance industries. He has experience with .NET Framework and .NET Core, Oracle, MySQL, and other databases, and also administering Windows servers with IIS.
Juan Pablo started as a Delphi developer back in the ’90s. He joined CONEAU, a government agency in Argentina, as a Delphi developer in 2004, creating relational-database apps along with Oracle. He later added C# and ASP.NET to his resume when it became clear that web applications were going to greatly exceed desktop apps.
In 2012, Juan Pablo created the weather website PronosticoExtendido.net, which is now a reference portal in Argentina and the South American region. As a part of the website, he also created an interactive weather map called RadSat HD, used to anticipate severe thunderstorms all over the world.
Juan Pablo lives in Bernal, a small town in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, Argentina, but his office is in the busy Buenos Aires city.
During the day, he is part of a fast-moving, always stimulating, cultural, European-style city, but in the afternoon, he returns to his home in the suburbs, sits in his backyard and enjoys a beverage with his wife and children under their tree. This was always his concept of what an earthly paradise should be like.
Juan Pablo also likes to chase storms, take photos of the clouds, and cook.