Marcia Villalba: Creating Mountains of Technical Content, Staying Organized in Life and Work, and Event-Driven Architectures with Serverless
Marcia joins Adam to discuss her career creating tons of content in two languages, how she stays organized in her daily life and her work, as well as event-driven applications on AWS. Oh, and Marcia once had a Backstreet Boys blog. Had to throw that in here.
Marcia Villalba is a software engineer 👩💻 from Uruguay 🇺🇾 living in Helsinki 🇫🇮. She has been working over 15 years in the IT industry, doing all kind of things related to software development. She is part of the 1% of hispanic women in computer science, a minority in the minorities.
Nowadays she works as an AWS Developer Advocate, helping developers bring their ideas to life in the cloud.
Before she worked as a full-stack developer at Rovio and also had her own consultancy company Unicorn.codes 🦄, where she helped companies to migrate to serverless either by providing education or by providing actual hands-on solutions.
Coding and sharing with others are her passions. She loves learning new things and tinkering with different technologies and frameworks.