He is a graduate from Colegio De San De Letran(Calamba, Laguna) with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Currently working at Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation as full time System Administrator.He is active contributor in Free and Open Source Community and strongly support the open web Project. Active contributor in Ubuntu Bug Squad and a Mozilla Representative.
Currently with Mozilla Philippines, he is the team lead of engagement and webmaker projet. He will be talking about Mozilla in the Philippines and Firefox for Android.
After the successful event of Firefox OS Apps Day in Manila, last January 28, 2013. The Mozilla Philippines community organized another mobile event dubbed “Zamboanga Goes Mobile- Open Source Style” which aims to introduce Mozilla project and the new Firefox OS in Zamboanga Peninsula with the expected participants of 100-150 ranging from student developer, professional developer and I.T. Enthusiast who is interested to know about the new mobile project of Mozilla.
As an event of Mozilla Philippines Community, official Mozilla Representative will be going to Zamboanga City as guest lecturer to discuss topic such as Firefox for Android, Firefox OS and Firefox Marketplace.
The event required online registration to get a FREE ticket via email and can be registered using this link http://firefoxoszambo.eventbrite.com .The event is hosted by E-learning Centre Inc. which is located at 3F ZGU-II Bldg. Gov. Alvarez St. Fronting La Merced Veterans on Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
We have an awesome! Mozilla Campus tour project in Universidad De Zamboanga (UZ) yesterday, More than 70 students from IT Department attended the event which was held at IMC in Universidad De Zamboanga Main Campus.
Me as Mozilla Representative (PHL) Introduce the Mozilla project to the crowd, products, Localization effort and Mozilla presence in the Philippines. One of the Mozilla Student Representative Mr. Oniel Nick Paira shares his experience being a student representative and how to contribute to Chavacano Localization.
The event started around 9:00AM and ended around 12:00 noon with a group picture talking from the participants.
The 1st Mozilla Chavacano Localization marathon in Southern City Colleges was a success last January 28, 2013. More than 40 student from their institution join and participate the event with the support of their dean. The event was organized by some Mozilla Student Representative from their institution to help the localization effort using the Chavacano module. The event started at 5:00pm and ended at 7:00pm just translating strings in Chavacano localization.