After completing the core logic for biobot, one of the stakeholders approached me to build some microservices for their parent company. The company had acquired biobot a few months earlier and needed software for their administrative needs.
I ended up building six microservices that have since become a key aspect of the company's business intelligence. They include a data warehouse with information on invoices, transactions, and different crops planted and sold throughout Mexico.
After finishing this project, the company decided to implement a new ERP software to handle repetitive tasks performed by workers. I was given the responsibility of architecting the SSO and communication protocols between all the programs, which was a significant challenge that I was passionate about tackling.
Additionally, I was tasked with updating the API of biobot.farm as it transitioned from B2C to B2B. It was an exciting opportunity to apply my skills and experience in a new context, and I was thrilled to take it on.
The journey had a lot of challenges and these are some of them. They aren't in order of difficulty