About Albert Minguillon


Major Events Products Director and member of the Scientific Community

Albert Minguillon is the Major Events Applications Director with over 15 years of experience in Major Events. He joined Major Events division as developer and after taking different roles both in System and Service Integration as well as operations, he returned to the technical world as senior architect and solution manager before moving to his current role leading all products delivered by Major Events. As a Senior Consultant and Project Manager Albert has actively been involved in various big Sport Events like the Olympic Games or Commonwealth Games as well as supported different projects from the background by contributing in process improvements or product developments.




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Articles posted by Albert Minguillon

Low-code and co-developers: The next step in accelerating development

In my previous blog, we discussed how software development is experiencing several changes that are helping accelerate and democratize application creation. We also looked at how no-code platforms empower everyone to build applications and solve issues on their own. In this article, we will focus on the technologies available to enable software engineers…

Are you ready to be a developer? No-code can make it happen.

Over the last few years, software development has evolved with user expectations of quicker time to market and lower costs. During the pandemic, we have seen a rapid acceleration of some trends that started a few years ago, especially in the current context where new applications to support digital business…

From behind the scenes: Why the ultimate success of the Olympic Games depends on digital

This summer will culminate in the most digital, inclusive and innovative Olympic and Paralympic Games ever. We have digitized services and, ultimately, the success of the Olympic and Paralympic Games will depend on digital.Edition after edition, we’ve evolved our technology, bringing innovations and enhancing our applications to…

Sports Science

More and more data is generated related to sports. Amateur and professional training data, enhanced statistics, real-time monitoring are just some examples of data collection that started years ago in some areas and have bloomed, especially in the amateur environment thanks to the commoditization of wearables. Some of you might still remember those times when it was normal to watch a football match with a blackboard used…