Spent the last 16 years of my career in the Aviation Industry. Now, I am a full time IT Consultant and Chief Technology Officer of my own business.
I am an active member of the Mozilla Philippines Community, going places all around the country to share Mozilla's Mission.
I am also leading the translation & localization efforts to have the Firefox in our vernacular.
Office Hours: 1400Z to 1700Z (UTC) Mon thru Fri
You may reach me via email beyond the office hours stated above.
|Open Web Summit Philippines 2016||24 Nov 2016||Organizer|
|Data Privacy & You: A Talk on the Implementing Rules & Regulations of Republic Act No. 10173||07 Oct 2016||Organizer|
|MozillaPH + WikimediaPH Wiki Writing Seminar||04 Oct 2016||Organizer|
|Introduction to WebExtensions in Mozilla Firefox||07 Sep 2016||Organizer|
|Campus DevCon at Lyceum of the Philippines University||01 Sep 2016||Mozilla's presence organizer|
|L10n:Meetings/2016 Asian Hackathon||27 Aug 2016||Rep attendee|
|Forest Hack 2016||27 Aug 2016||Mozilla's presence organizer|
|Documentary Screening: Code Rush||24 Aug 2016||Organizer|
|Introduction to Rust (Programming Language)||18 Aug 2016||Organizer|
|TechNation Caravan at the Asia Pacific College||25 Jul 2016||Mozilla's presence organizer|
|MozillaPH L10n (Localization) Thursday MozCoffee Session||21 Jul 2016||Organizer|
IRC nickname bobreyes
IRC channels #moz-ph #remo
Interested in Addons, Advocacy and policy, Apps, Business Development, Campus, Coding, Connected Devices, Developer Tools, Diversity and Inclusion, Engineering Program Management, Firefox, Firefox Mobile, Firefox OS, Fundraising, Labs, Localization, Location Services, Marketing, Metrics, Mozilla Leadership Network, Mozilla Reps, Open Badges, Participation, People, Privacy, Public Relations, Recruiting, Security, Services, Systems Administration, Technical Evangelism, Thunderbird, User Engagement, User Research, User Support, Web Development, WebFWD
Featured for July 2012
Whether it's a localization sprint, a MozCafé, a B2G workshop or a regional Mozilla tour, you can be sure Robert "Bob" Reyes is either leading the way or heavily involved in the event one way or the other.
One of the first Mozillians to sign up to the Reps program in the Philippines, Bob has been doing outstanding work to educate Filipinos about Mozilla's mission and open web technologies. Just last month, he was involved in five events in different corners of the country. It's also safe to say that Bob has perfected the art of "ReMo reporting". A good illustration of this is his blog post after returning from a Moz Tour in the town of Zamboanga.
More recently, Bob has been planning what he calls an HTML5 & B2G roadshow in Manila's Makati district. Promises to be an exciting event!
Congrats Bob on being the Rep of the month for July 2012!