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Hello, I'm Ema Suriano

About me

I was born and raised in Buenos Aires 🇦🇷, but in 2018 I decided to leave my country and looked for new challenges in Europe, which led me to Berlin 🇩🇪!

I started my career as a Developer around 2014 and one lesson I learned through this journey is: New and better things come out of sharing ideas with others. To fulfill this:

  • I became an Open Source Developer 👨‍💻 on Github, releasing quite a bunch of cool projects on the way, as well as, contributing to several Open Source Communities.
  • I started my own Tech Blog ✍️ where I write about projects I built, fun facts about the Javascript ecosystem or sometimes I like to take a hard concept and explain it using simple words. You can also find my posts on other platforms such as Medium and
  • I stood on the stage and gave Talks 🎤 about what I’ve been working on during the last few months. Some of them are uploaded inside my YouTube channel ▶️.

While I’m not coding you can find me cooking delicious meals at Home 👨‍🍳, writing in my Non-Tech Blog ☮ or traveling around the Globe and taking pictures on Unsplash 📸.

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Open Source Projects

Event Calendar

A Gatsby Starter to display information about events from Google Spreadsheets with Calendars.

October, 2018 · Gatsby Starter


A good looking portfolio starter for Gatsby integrated with Contentful CMS for developer and writers.

September, 2018 · Gatsby Starter

Latest Articles

Building a maintainable Icon System for React and React Native

Implementing a maintainable icon system for a React and React Native project can be a hard task, especially when it comes to achieving the same workflow to add/remove/use an icon in all the platform (Web, Android, and iOS). In this post, I will share how we implemented a consistent icon system inside our component library at [Omio](

October 1st, 2019 · 5 min read

Using Storybook as a Visual Testing Platform

My experience working with this strategy of testing (which does not replace the others) and the integration with my current development tool.

April 28th, 2019 · 6 min read

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✉️ Contact me

You can always contact me via any of the social platform at the bottom of the page. But I also know that a solid contact form will never fail you! 💪

Just drop me a message of whatever you feel like, a cool project idea, technical questions or maybe you just want to get in contact with me, and I will go back to as soon as I can.

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