Raymundo Vásquez Ruiz
Computer Engineer

Raymundo Vásquez Ruiz

👋 Hi!

I'm a seasoned Computer Engineer with years of expertise developing and shipping software products and services. I work at the intersection of technology and planetary boundaries, departing from the unlimited growth and unlimited resources vision that hides the impact of deploying technologies at the expense of life and societies.

I have performed different roles during my career, from Sysadmin to CTO, and mainly Software Engineer, across different industries such as education, delivery and healthcare. I have also experienced regulatory frameworks such as ISO27001 and ISO13485.

I specialize in cloud computing, software architecture, and product engineering, always prioritizing collaboration and continuous improvement.

I'm originally from Ixtepec, Oaxaca, México, currently living in Brussels, Belgium, and have a proven track record of turning caffeine input into productivity output everywhere I go. The more coffee, the merrier the output!

Feel free to reach out via email at raymundo(at)vasquezruiz(dot)com or send me a message on .

My daily work

🌿 I'm currently the Lead Cloud Engineer at levv, where we build sustainable cloud computing services from brick to bit.

🚀 My personal quest is to deliver high quality products at a good pace, implementing the best industry standards in a sustainable and responsible manner.

My tools

Currently I'm well versed in these technologies:

  • Mongo DB
  • Node.js
  • Kubernetes
  • WebAssembly

And the following programming languages:

  • Go
  • Javascript
  • Typescript
  • Rust

📨 I am currently available to help you and your organization in a freelancing scheme. Send me a mail if you're interested!


I delve into my interests primarily on my blog (in Spanish) and Mastodon, they go around the following (non-extensive) topics:

  • Green software engineering and sustainable computing: as an industry we bear a responsibility with our planet and we need to take the necessary actions to reach net zero by 2050. I have recently obtained my Green Software for Practicioners course certificate.
  • WebAssembly, specially beyond the browser: I'd love to see how it changes the way we deliver software.
  • Psychology and neuroscience: our reality is a construction, mainly produced by a single organ within our body and its subjective perceptions.
  • Cyber-realism: technology doesn't exist in isolation, it is per se neither good, bad or neutral.
  • Decoloniality.
  • Equality, social and climate justice.
  • Politics.
  • Music, specially guitars.
  • Skateboarding.
  • Reading... a lot