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Javier is a Computer Scientist from the National University of Colombia and holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the Technical University Munich. Over the years, he has worked at multinational technology companies and preeminent research organizations in Colombia, China, Germany and USA. Currently, he leads the web support teams behind organizations such as ESA/Webb, ESA/Hubble, IAU, ESO, NOIRLab, among others.
Alejandra is a Computer Scientist for the University of the Llanos.
Her name is Ingry Romero and currently she is finishing her career as a System Engineer at Unillanos University. She has been working at Enciso Systems company as a software engineer since January. In her free time she likes to spend time with her family and practices a second language to improve her academic and work performance.
Diego Martínez is a final-year System Engineering student at Universidad de Los Llanos and a member of Enciso Systems since June 2022. He is located in Villavicencio, Colombia, and works on the development support team.
Alejandro is a Computer Science student from Unillanos University. Currently, he is working at Enciso Systems where he is supporting the migration and content management of an astronomical website. In addition, he has experience as a backend developer with technologies like Django, Django Rest Framework, Celery and RabbitMQ. He likes to spend his free time cooking international recipes for his family.
Web Projects Coordinator
Marco is passionate about technology and is a constant learner. Based in Villavicencio, he completed Misión TIC, where he acquired knowledge and skills for web development. Also, he is a tester certified by the ISTQB, a specialist in commercial management from the University of La Sabana, and a professional in finance and foreign trade from the Sergio Arboleda University.
Marco has been supporting the coordination of web content and web development teams at Enciso Systems, bringing a diverse set of skills to face new challenges and promote the development of the entire team and the astronomy community.