Juan Suarez Romero defines himself as "a proudly Igalian that likes programming and developing, but mostly, work with others, contributing and helping to develop great software that solves problems and make our life more easy".
In few words, he's a GNOME developer and user that, in GUADEC 2012, had a talk about “Grilo”, a framework that helps to get content from different places, like Youtube, Jamendo, Vimeo, Flickr, and many others places.
Furthermore, he likes attending GUADECs because this Conference "it's an opportunity to meeting with hackers and contribute to make GNOME a software that people fall in love with when they use it".
When he is not developing GNOME, he likes biking playing video-games or watch TV series “specially if they are sci-fi”. Lately, in his spare time, he changes the keyboard by piano keys because “I'am trying to learn myself to play piano”.
Good luck Juan! We hope to see your new piano by playing something to us in GUADEC 2013!