I live in Buenos Aires in Argentina, my home country.
I work at a company called ByteDefult as a Full Stack Developer. I'm lucky to work with several other terrific, skilled colleagues.
ByteDefult is a startup, and we're creating a super secret video-based product yet to be released. We look forward to its release, and I think you will, too!
I'm writing a module for Angular to use drag, drop and upload, coming soon to npm. I'm also mentoring a large team of Spanish-speaking NativeScript Ambassadors, younger developers who are learning NativeScript this summer. In addition, I've written a book on Angular (Entendiendo Angular) and am considering writing a book on NativeScript. Finally, I'm working on a project called 30 days with RxJS in Spanish.
NativeScript! I love its simplicity and its use of Angular. When I read the code behind NativeScript, I found it was amazing. I'm excited to write a book about NativeScript, and I've also use Kendo UI many times for web development.
When you are in a professional environment with amazing, interesting and intelligent colleagues, the architecture and ideology of a product becomes something incredible. You are challenged to always get better and push technologies to create even more interesting products. That's a good kind of challenge—a tougher challenge is to write your own Open Source project and maintain it, but you need to do this to keep moving forward and surmount difficulties.
Jen Looper is a Developer Advocate for Telerik products at Progress. She is a web and mobile developer and founder of Ladeez First Media which is a small indie mobile development studio. In her spare time, she is a dancer, teacher and multiculturalist who is always learning.