My name is André, pronounced as /anˈdɾe/.
I’ve curated some of the things I published as articles. The rest stays in my blog stream, a narrow window to my wide range of interests. Some other things I collect as concepts. I also maintain a list of projects I’ve built or contributed to and, rarely, I talk about those things publicly.
From 2011 to 2016, I created Geographical Information Systems at iCarto, where I was also a business lead and a partner. Previously, I worked at IGALIA (open-source consultancy, 2008-2010) and CartoLab (university research lab, 2007-2008).
I co-founded the non-profits Makers Lugo (open hardware, 2013), Red Odiseus (WordPress network, 2010), and GHANDALF (free software, 2009). I also volunteered at ESF Galicia (international cooperation) and co-organized the WordPress Lugo meetup for a few months, just before meeting in person was something to avoid.
I’ve been writing a dozen posts a year for a while, and I don’t expect that frequency to change much.
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