David Loor

David Loor M.

Software Engineer working on web-related projects

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2018 - Present

New Target / Solutions Architect

Some of the tasks are: Define features, phases, and solution requirements. Find the best Drupal/WordPress solution among all possible to solve the existing business problems. Develop custom Drupal 8/7 modules and select/customize existing ones. Develop custom WordPress plugins and select/customize existing ones. Convert the requirements into an architecture and design that will become the blueprint for the software solution. Manage a development team.

2015 - 2018

New Target / Full Stack Developer

Some of my responsibilities were: Development and maintenance of clients’ Drupal-based websites. Working with other team members to resolve technical issues and problem-solving. Develop custom modules and select/customize existing modules Lead Drupal projects development.

2011 - 2015


After spending a couple of years working for private and public companies in Ecuador,  I decided to start working remotely for foreign companies. Thanks to this decision. I have had the chance of working with people from all over the world. I had Drupal as my main tool to build websites for the companies that hired me.

2009 - 2011

Student Lab Assistant

When I was in the last two years of my university career, I had the opportunity of working in the laboratories of the faculty of Computer Science as a part-time job.

About Me

I am from Ecuador, but currently, I live in Alexandria, VA, USA. I am a software engineer with more than 10 years of experience working as both a front and back-end developer on Web projects. While I am more proficient on the back-end, I am also well versed in front-end technologies such as Bootstrap, Zurb-Foundation, SASS, LESS.

I know different types of technologies, such as PHP, java, python, C++, JavaScript, Jquery, CSS, HTML, MySQL, and I prefer to work with Open Source Technologies.

I love to work on big and challenging projects, working to produce simple solutions for complex problems. I started working with Drupal in 2011. Since then, it has been my favorite CMS for enterprise websites. I had the opportunity of leading a big e-commerce project which was built with WordPress + WooCommerce in 2019, and since then I have WP as my favorite CMS for small sites like this one,



Computer Science Engineer

Escuela Politécnica Nacional (National Polytechnic School)

Quito, Ecuador​


Drupal 7 / 8 / 9 90%
WordPress / WooCommerce 90%
jQuery 75%
Html & CSS 95%
Git 91%
Linux, Docker 88%
Salesforce integration 88%
netFORUM integration 88%
QuickBooks Online integration 88%
Blockchain*4I5M0T79f^VVzaE1* 65%


Spanish 95%
English 80%
PHP 85%
SQL 70%
JavaScriptqIiscN*4I5M0T79f^VVzaE1* 85%
Solidity*4I5M0T79f^VVzaE1* 35%