I am Marcia Villalba, a software engineer 👩💻 from Uruguay 🇺🇾 living in Helsinki 🇫🇮. I have been working over 15 years in the IT industry, doing all kind of things related to software development. I am part of the 1% of hispanic women in computer science, a minority in the minorities.
Nowadays I work as an AWS Developer Advocate, helping developers bring their ideas to life in the cloud.
Before I worked as a Full Stack developer at Rovio and also I have my own consultancy company (https://unicorn.codes) Unicorn.codes 🦄, where I was helping companies to migrate to serverless either by providing education or by providing actual hands-on solutions.
Coding and sharing with others are my passion. I love learning new things and tinkering with different technologies and frameworks.
Because of that I host my Youtube channel called FooBar (http://bit.ly/foobar-youtube), in which I publish at least one new video every week. At FooBar, I focus on teaching how to use AWS serverless technologies and managed services. Also I have a Spanish youtube channel (https://bit.ly/aws-esp-yt) and a podcast (https://aws-espanol.buzzsprout.com/) where I post regularly every week content on getting started in the cloud.
In addition, I have published lots of Serverless courses 📚in English 🇬🇧 and Spanish 🇪🇸.
Before joining AWS, I was an AWS Serverless Hero (https://aws.amazon.com/heroes/), Serverless Champion (https://serverless.com/community/champions/) and one of the organizers at the Finland AWS User Group (https://www.meetup.com/awsfin/).
If you want to read my CV check my LinkedIn page (https://www.linkedin.com/in/marciavillalba).
Short bio for speaking engagements
Marcia is a developer advocate for AWS and the host of FooBar a youtube channel (http://bit.ly/foobar-youtube) where she publishes content every week, related to serverless and the cloud.
She has been designing and developing software professionally for 15 years and worked in all the different stages of building scaling and performant software. She has deep knowledge of building applications in the cloud and using DevOps processes.