I collaborate with people from all over the world, designing, implementing, and shipping innovative products.
These days I work for boutique development firms and US-based startups.
I also work at Codementor where I help programmers to complete their projects by doing live coding sessions and freelance jobs.
From time to time, I post short programming articles on my blog.
I live in Buenos Aires with my wife and our beautiful son.
Freelancing at Codementor
Customers' feedback about live coding sessions, code reviews, and freelance jobs.
Very smart and very competent! Has good fluency in programming languages. We worked on Java and Golang. Because he had worked on something similar before, he was able to help my project reach its full potential! Thank you again, Ale!
~ Aashna (Lafayette, Louisiana)
Ale Miralles is AWESOME!! He helped me with everything that I needed help with. He did this in a manner in which I could understand, being that I am a beginner. Had great customer service skills, a real people person!! I will be using him again and I will refer him to anyone that asks me for someone that can help them with programming as well!!
~ Sonya (North Charleston, US)
As always, Ale is incredible at achieving exactly what is needed in any time frame. He has great communication skills and replies so quickly. HIGHLY recommended!
~ Georga (Brisbane, Australia)
Ale is a fantastic mentor. He works quickly, ensures that he knows the full scope of the project, and was able to help me better understand C++ rather quickly. He responds very quickly (within minutes) and always has your best interest at heart. He is a true professional, and it was worth every penny.
~ John (US)
Ale Miralles has an incredible understanding of C# and fulfilled all of my project's requirements flawlessly. He is a very experienced programmer and I highly recommend him!
~ Lucas (US)
Ale is very cooperative and can tackle any problem. He understood exactly what i needed in barely no time at all, would definitely recommend.
~ Thomas (Sydney, Australia)
THANK YOU ALL!!
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Top Stories from my blog
Mastering data structures in Ruby — Singly linked lists
A singly linked list is a data structure that allows us to manage variable-sized collections of elements.
Unlike C style arrays, singly linked lists can grow or shrink dynamically based on the number of objects they have to store...
Mastering data structures in Ruby — Recap
Writing this series has been a lot of fun, and based on feedback, I decided to write this post to provide an index (so posts can be bookmarked), and to tell you what this series was all about and what you can learn from it.
So, with no further ado, let’s dive in.
Printing HTML using the embedded web browser control
In this post I’ll try to answer some questions about the web browser control and provide some workarounds for known issues involved in the printing process.
I'm assuming that you have some experience with COM APIs and...
- ASP.NET MVC
- ASP.NET WebAPI
- ASP.NET Web Forms
- Node.JS (some of it)
- JQuery / JQM
- NET Remoting