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Spanish to English (Cambridge University (ESOL Examinations)) English to Spanish (Cambridge University (ESOL Examinations))
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Greetings, my name's Javier and I'm from Spain. I have a M. Sc. degree in Computer Science along with Cambridge Certificte of Proficiency in English (CPE) -equivalent to level C2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)- and Spain's Official Languages School (EOI) degree in English (Ciclo Superior en el Idioma Inglés).
Encouraged by my parents, I was very young when I had my first contact with the English language and I soon developed a liking for it, I've been constantly improving since then, either by taking classes, reading (I'm an avid reader), movies, the Internet and several journeys to both the US and the UK (as a matter of fact, I'm seriosly considering emigrating to one of those countries).
Also, because of my job as a software developer, I've been constanly in touch with the English language since most hightly technical contents related to IT, either in books or in the Web, is only available in English. Besides, I was responsible of part of the knowledge transfer of a very large sw. project to an indian team, most of it was through conference meetings with only an indian team member in-situ and the rest from their working place in India.
After finally obtaining my degree (after many years working, I quit last year in order to complete my Master Thesis), I've decided to redirect my career towards teaching (at College) and translating. So I hereby place my yeard of study and working experience as a software developer at the service of translation! Even though I have a rather rich vocabulary in my specialties (IT, computers, technology, etc.), I also have a very ample one in other areas because of my love for reading, movies, Internet browsing, etc. of all kinds of contents in English.