I’m Beñat Galdós (I’d rather be called Benny abroad because of pronouncing issues), a guy that is currently studying a Double Degree in Computer Engineering and Business Administration. If you want to visualize me, here I am:
So, I’ll be writing these short reflections as a hobby, as I find it a bit dumb to write this kind of stuff wasting paper (and, maybe, even somebody will read these posts!). But well, I will leave the eco-nazi speech for the moment.
If anyone wishes to write down comments, feedbacks… in whatever I write, I’m open to suggestions, as I think I can learn from almost every situation in this life (except for obvious troll comments). And, in fact, if anyone is so really bored and wants me to write about a specific topic, don’t hesitate to send me a private message via “Contact” and I’ll consider whether I have an interesting opinion to reflect about it or not.
Global Shapers Bilbao
The Global Shapers network is a network of young people in their 20s, created by the World Economic Forum, which aims to build a world where young people are central to solution building, policymaking, and lasting change.
This network is active in more than 350 cities, and it gathers more than 7,000 young people. In one of those cities, Bilbao, is our Hub (Global Shapers Bilbao), where I participate as a Shaper since December 2018.
World Community Grid
The World Community Grid is an initiative created by IBM and cooperates with BOINC, an open-source software for volunteer computing. I have the chance to use the computing power of my PC to help in the research of several projects, such as the HIV cure.
If you also want to participate, do not hesitate to click here.
Snapshots of my life
Childhood: I was an introvert and shy guy
Mexico: My viewpoint of life changed
Silicon Valley: Another experience that changed my mindset