I've been working as a software developer for 10 years. I really like to use technology to solve problems.
As a developer I hate when I need to be repetitive for anything. So I usually automate everything I can, cause my principal resource, is my time.
I'm the kind of developer that prefer to spend an hour or two creating some tool to help me then spend a lot of time doing copy and paste.
That's why, over time, I got some love for building tools for other developers.
As I've been working as a tech leader and as a developer at the same time, I always needed to find solutions to do things fast, good, and maintainable.
There are 4-5 years that I'm working full time remotely and I had the experience to be the leader of front-end and design teams, so I had the chance to learn a lot by building a design system and refactoring a big legacy monolith.
Refactoring is one of my favorite words, so I don't hesitate when I have a challenge to refactoring something. It can be UI, front end, back end, or even deployment flows and scripts. I really like to do that.