Pablo González Alonso
Learning Java as a kid, with no computer at the time, led me to my current mindset.
At a younger age, I wanted to be an inventor. Software meant being able to invent and create new things without traditional engineering physical restrictions. I was captured by computers from day one.
One of the greatest challenges I've taken over the years was moving to a foreign country (England) when I was 17. My English wasn't the best back then, but I always prefer to think that there is nothing that can't be done with the right attitude.
I love new challenges and problem-solving. Learning new things every day keeps my brain active. I also try to think out of the box, without constraining my availability to focus on an urgent problem when it is required.
I consider coding an art, a craft guided by logic and analytical thinking.
More details about me can be found here: pbls.co/story