Abraham Ronel Martínez Teutle

SDET at Microsoft.

Short bio:

Software Development Engineer in Test at Microsoft, I work for the Apple Productivity Experiences Team developing Office for Apple products. Some of the areas I collaborate on are User Experience, User Interface automation and Accessibility.

From 2010 to 2013, as part of the Office Telemetry Test Team, I collaborated on tools to test and account telemetry datapoints; also, developed automation for internal dev tools and the MS auto code reviewer (mostly with C#, SQL and Perl).

In 2013 I became an FAA private pilot (ASEL) and I've logged almost 100 hours of flying time.

From 2008 to 2010 I was a Computer Science grad student at Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) and Washington State University (WSU) and worked at the Interactive and Cooperative Technologies Lab. My thesis project was related to 3D Learning Objects Manipulation and Representation within Virtual Environments.

My undergrad thesis project implemented the Extreme Vertices Model using OpenGL libraries and Delphi, which simplifies common operations between polytopes in any dimension.

From 2007 to 2008 I was Secretary of the Judicial Court within UDLAP's Student Council which supervises projects, congresses, academic and social activities for all UDLAP's students. I was member of four Student Council Commissions.

In a similar way from 2006 to 2007 I was Secretary of my career's board developing projects and activities for UDLAP's students.

I was a part-time professor and IT consultant at Instituto Jaime Torres Bodet, teaching math for undergrad students during 2007 and 2008.

Some of the awards that I've received include Summa Cum Laude (UDLAP, 2010), Summa Cum Laude (UDLAP, 2008), four times member of the Dean List (2004 - 2008), 3rd place of the Puebla delegation within the 14th National Biology Contest (2004), and the High School Accessit for Scientific Merit (2003). 

I consider myself as geek, aviation and music lover, experimental, proactive and impetuous. Some of my interests are technology, software development, collaborative work, aeronautics, learning, music and traveling.

I'm Mexican and I love food as well.

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