Roberto Ulloa has a diverse academic record in multiple disciplines within the field of Computer Science. He obtained an MSc from the University of Costa Rica and also taught programming and computer networking there. He then spent two years researching about cultural complexity at PhD level at the CulturePlex Lab of the University of Western Ontario.
He loves travelling and enjoys an itinerant life, living among different cultures and environments. He loves nature and has spent many months volunteering in Central and South America.
He currently lives in Kuala Lumpur, earning a living as a web developer in Python/Django and PHP/Wordpress. He constantly worries that the Internet has already become aware of itself and we are not able to communicate with it because of the improbability of it being able to speak Spanish or any of the 6,000 odd human languages that exist in this world.
To know more about Roberto, you can visit http://robertour.com/