full snack developer

Since I was young, I loved disassembling electronics and solving puzzles. Technology is much more than a passion for me. I have a natural need to create, imagine, and build. My mission is to enable others to embrace uncertainty since there is no linear path to success. To create their own path, their own opportunities, and their own success.

M o r e I n f o R e s u m e

Latest Impact

"Success is not measured in the amount of dollars you make, but the amount of lives you impact.”

  • Everything
  • Speaking Engagements
  • Events
  • Code

Signal Conf


StartupFest 2019

SmartCityFest - AI and the City

MSDevMTL Meetup

Azure AD and Single Page Applications

Prairie Devn Con Winnipeg

Tokens and Applications and Security, oh my!

Caribbean Developers Conference

Working in a Distributed Team

GitHub Campus Expert Summit

From Expert to Industry

API City

Tokens and Applications and Security, oh my!

GitHub Constellation

Installing Foundations for Developer Communities

ConUHacks IV

Surviving hackathons
Keynote Speaker

CUSEC 2019

The Secret Life of Working in my Pjs

Col 4.0

Trabajar con un equipo de personas de forma remota


Developer PMM

Microsoft, Canada/Remote

Currently working at Microsoft as a Developer Product Marketing Manager for Azure and working hard to provide growth and quality to the platform's core community of developers. I wear a lot of different hats and interface with a lot of people to ultimately drive the strategic vision of continuing to grow the developer ecosystem. I am empowered everyday to enable the developer community to build the tools and services that serve a diverse audience globally.

Community Manager

Auth0, Remote

Collaborated across teams to optimize processes and tools for our user's experiences. Helped community members enriching the quality of the discussions (both questions and answers). Worked closely with the Community Lead to provide technical advisory to the initiatives around the community See less

Community Engineer

Auth0, Remote

As a Community Engineer at Auth0 I actively work in a four person Community team. Interacted with developers around the world to facilitate and help integrating Auth0 into their products and solved technical issues. Participated directly in the community forum, getting insights, and discussing with developers. Built community tools and applications.

Technical Writer

MLH, Remote

Develop instructional guides for technical presentations for topics such as GraphQL and various REST APIs. Produce content for technical concepts with the right level of depth/complexity.

Field Expert

GitHub, Remote

Engage with the community through events like hackathons, conferences, and meetups. Help support the growth of the Campus Experts program and empowering students. Organized Montreal's Field Day, https://githubfieldday.com/montreal2017/, with over 100 students invited to participate. GitHub Field Day aims to bring together student leaders from a region to join forces, instead of competition, with the goal of building new ways to service communities and collaboration amongst groups. See less

Developer Evangelist Intern

GitHub, San Francisco

Build training modules for the GitHub Campus Experts Training Program. A Campus Expert is a student trained to build a strong technical community. Training modules help students learn skills that are important towards building those technical communities through a combination of various training materials such as video tutorials, written exercises, and assignments. Training modules created include Atom (atom.io) and Open Source Clubs. Assist in the creation, design, and implementation of GitHub Field Day - a regional unconference for student communities


Skill is the unified force of experience, intellect, and passion in their operation.

In production

"The importance of community is not in the crusade, but in how you unify people to march forward together, side by side." - Jono Bacon. The Art of Community.

Distributed Teams

β€œTo successfully work with other people, you have to trust each other. A big part of this is trusting people to get their work done wherever they are, without supervision.” - Jason Fried

In development

"One of the most important things for any leader is to never let anyone else define who you are. And you define who you are."

- Ginni Rometty


"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

- Margaret Mead