Alejandro is an experienced executive with more than 25 years in start-ups and multinational organisations. He has a track record in business and technology innovation. He is also an autodidact hacker and architect, with experience in the design and development of distributed applications using NeXT/OpenStep/WebObjects Objective-C, Java, JINI/Javaspaces and Erlang/OTP. He is the founder of Leapsight, author of Bondy and maintainer of Partisan.
Bondy is an open source, always-on and scaleable application networking platform connecting all elements of a distributed application—offering service and event mesh capabilities combined such as service authentication, fine-grained authorisation, service discovery, routed remote procedure calls (RPC) and publish/subscribe.
From web and mobile apps to IoT devices and backend microservices, Bondy allows everything to talk using an open, simple and secured application networking protocol that provides two-way communications and peer-2-peer programming model (WAMP - the Web Application Messaging Protocol).
Bondy is written in Erlang and uses Partisan for scalable clustering and distribution.