My name is Reynaldo Cordero and I live in Madrid (near <M>Canillas). I’m married with two daughters (9 and 11).
I’m a pharmacist (1985-1989, University of Alcalá de Henares) and I’m working as a computer analyst and programmer at the same university since 1989 (IT Department -Servicios Informáticos-). I’m a former Fortran 77 programmer. My actual position is mainly related with smartcard readers and related devices.
When I discovered Barrapunto (2000) I became a Gnu/Linux fan. In 2001 I attended to Hispalinux Congress (free and non-commercial event organized by and for the community of free software in Madrid) where I was impressed by the talk by Richard Stallman (“What is Free Software?”). Later, I Join Hispalinux and participated in their email lists, specially in their campaign “Free software in Public administration” (2002-2004).
He decidido enfocar este blog de forma desenfadada y ligera (o sea, prepárate). Que Vds. me perdonen lo malo y se alegren de lo bueno que puedan encontrar por aquí.
Saludos, y gracias.