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I was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador in 1987. My upbringing focused on honesty, some travel, academic achievement and pursuing a career of my liking. Early in life I got attracted to computers and music. Being a nerd I ended up wanting to pursue a Computer Science degree and eventually owning my own software business.
I attended Colegio Americano de Guayaquil until 10th grade. My school life tended to be geeky, academically focused with the occasional artistic event, and a little lonely.
In 2003 my family and me moved to Kent, OH where my dad pursued graduate studies. I finished high school at Theodore Roosevelt High School. My experiences there were much more interesting. There was a lot of new things that happened, including my first girlfriend, robotic competition and win, and first extended stay outside my home country.
After graduation I attended Kent State University, which was a complete pleasure and my first taste of independence. Away from home I was able to develop much better my own sense of identity and my relationship with the world.
Unfortunately the cost of education in the US is very high, and after 3 semesters there was not enough money. I flew back to Ecuador and enrolled in a local university, while working as a programmer. While I did get my first job as a programmer, that period was very hard. I had to leave Kent and my independence and move back in with my parents.
Arrival in Argentina
On 2007 I had another opportunity to leave Ecuador and regain my independence. I continued my studies at Universidad de Palermo in Buenos Aires. This time I was determined not to let money be an impediment, so I worked a lot while going to school. Though it did pay off and I was able to stay, gain residency and establish a life there, my classes took a secondary priority and it has taken me twice the time it usually take. I am currently finishing my last classes, in the process of gaining citizenship, and planning to move to a different country and start yet another chapter in my life.
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