JP leads the data governance service area at Kalypso, helping enterprises across different industries reap the benefits of being truly data-driven.
Prior to Kalypso, JP worked as a full-stack developer for clients across various industries. He worked in several phases within the software development lifecycle, such as software requirements elicitation, data modeling, quality assurance, deployment and code maintenance.
JP holds a master’s degree in Advanced Computer Science with a specialization in Advanced Web Technologies from the University of Manchester. His thesis, "Interpreting Tuple Relational Calculus via SQL Translation" received a Distinction mark. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Technologies from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education.
Outside of Kalypso
Although JP is originally from Mexico, he was born in Wales, U.K. and his wife is Japanese. He has been break dancing for over seven years and loves otoro sashimi.
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- During his time with Kalypso, he has worked designing, developing and implementing solutions with international clients in the financial services, retail, and travel & tourism sectors. His expertise in data governance and data management helps clients drive value from data.
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