$350 / month
4 calls per month
Unlimited Q&A via chat
Expect responses in 24 hours or less
One-off sessions are a great option if you’re looking for specific advice on a certain topic.
If you're looking for a mentor, and you're just not sure about how this all works – this one is for you. In a casual, informal introductory call, a mentor will introduce themselves, show you around the platform, explain how our mentorships work, and explain …
Not sure about your newest design? Not sure if your code is as good as it can be? Portfolio site looking a bit, meh? In this session, a mentor will sit down with you, and give you some inputs to make your work better, be …
Some big interviews coming up? In this 1-hour session, a mentor with hiring experience will act as a technical interviewer and ask you some standard hiring questions that you might hear in one of your future interview too, and will evaluate your replies. As a …
This session involves you and your mentor working collaboratively to develop coding skills, troubleshoot coding issues, or complete coding projects. In this session, a career coach with expertise in coding and software development will pair with you to work on a coding exercise or project. …
Whatever doesn't fit the mold: Get a full hour with a mentor to discuss your needs. Be it help with coding something, creating a software architecture, deciding on a strategy for your business or working in pairs. If you don't know whether what you want …
Ever since I was a kid, I have been fascinated by computers. I vividly remember playing LOGO and Prince of Persia at school and feeling like working with computers was my calling.
After completing high school, I enrolled in a Vocational Course where I improved my skills as a Technician and started my first professional working practices writing my first professional programs. This was the way for my first job as a Software Engineer.
While working as a Software Engineer, I pursued a degree in Computer Science at the UNI in Barcelona. During my studies, I worked for several companies, including a startup where I developed web and desktop applications, was a DB administrator, and worked on low-level SO for integrated IP monitors. I then moved on to work for a law firm where I led a team of four and developed complex plugins for Microsoft Office to automate documentation.
Afterwards, I decided to move to Bristol in the UK to improve my English and gain international experience. During my five-year stay in Bristol, I worked for several companies, including a couple of law firms, where I introduced Scrum, OOP, SOLID, TDD, and other best practices, and an e-commerce company where I helped deliver a new version of their app.
My last company in the UK was Just Eat, where I worked for two years. I was part of the Invoicing team, where I developed and ran a system to pay restaurants across eight different countries weekly. The system handled over 20 million euros every week.
After having children, my family and I decided to move back to BCN, where I currently work for Alpha/Koa. I started as part of the moonshot factory from Telefonica, where I worked in the health, specifically mental health, division. Over time, we transformed into a proper start-up with different investors. I led a team of 5 to 10 people, and we developed various mental health apps, ran medical trials, and put the apps into production.
As part of my role, I worked with different departments, including Design, Product, Data, DevOps, Regulated, and Cyber, to create the app. I developed new processes to merge the teams, and some of my team members were promoted due to my leadership.
I am now looking for a new challenge where I can continue to learn, grow, and share my experiences with others.
We will send you a quick email if David has new open spots for mentorship, and only in that case!