Jorge Arévalo is a Computer Engineer from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, UAM. He started developing web applications using JS, PHP, and Python. In 2010, he began collaborating with the PostGIS and GDAL projects, after participating in GSoC 2009, creating the PostGIS Raster GDAL driver. He currently works as a freelance web/GIS developer, and collaborates with the geomati.co group in projects, such as gvSIG CE and QGIS. He also writes about Geographical Information Systems and open source at www.libregis.org.
"I worked with Jorge for a while. He acted as Scrum Master of our development team, where I was working as a designer. He is a great professional, with proven ability as developer and team manager. A good person and excellent colleague."
Carlos Azaustre, web developer.
"Jorge is a great project engineer, an excellent workmate. His commitment and devotion makes him a very valuable person."
Victor Serrano, GMS System Integration Engineer
"A very organized, responsible, and hard working colleague. Jorge is very autonomous independent and has a strong technical background. He is the kind of person you can trust in."
Diego Abia, Payload Data Ground Segment AIV Engineer
Other books that he is working on, are as follows:
- PostGIS 2.0 Cookbook (PacktPub Ltd.), as a reviewer
- OpenLayers Beginner's Guide (PacktPub Ltd.), as a reviewer