Alejandro studied Computer Science at Capitol Technology University and after graduating started working for ATDI, a company that architects, develops, and commercializes software for the design, analysis, regulation, modeling, and measurement of radio networks. After working there for three years, he decided to change venues and came to work for Orases in the summer or 2018 as a Jr. Software Developer. While he is proud of all the projects he’s been associated with while at Orases, it is his work with the American Kidney Fund on custom software to help patients find the the funds they need for lifesaving care that drives him to continue to improve.
- Learning about other topics beside programming, such as auto mechanics, carpentry and general contractor labor
Causes He Is Passionate About
In addition to lupus prevention and awareness causes, Alejandro supports organizations that provide aid to children internationally and organizations that provide recycled computers to individuals in third world countries.