I’m Yonel Ceruto. I live in Havana, where I develop the future.

I’ve loved making things for as long as I can remember, and wrote my first program when I was 16 years old, just two weeks after my best friend gave me a programming book "Turbo Pascal" and then my life changed.

I started coding in paper! Yes, that was my first IDE. I didn’t have a computer at that time, so I was the compiler and the debugger together. Perhaps that’s why nowadays I always review my own code so many times.

Now, I’m a self-taught developer with over 15 years of professional experience. Throughout my career, I’ve explored a wide array of technologies and programming languages. However, my true passion lies in web development and contributing to open-source software.

I’m a huge advocate for the open-source community and have actively contributed to various projects over the years, particularly the Symfony framework. Being part of the core team is something I take great pride in.

Today, I lead OpenSolid—a collection of libraries designed to help developers create robust web applications. This open-source project is my way of giving back to the community that has given me so much. I’m really excited to see where it goes and how it can help others.

I look forward to continuing to innovate, share knowledge, and shape the future of open-source software development.

Thanks for stopping by!