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He is from Malaga, he lost his sight at birth and he is awarded the Microsoft MVP: Most Valuable Professional. The programmer has created applications so that blind people can combine their clothes or play a role-playing game

Updated Thursday, June 10, 2021 –
22:45

  • Jess Vidal “I’m neither a hero nor a champion, I just don’t see”

If Juanjo was able to get on a plane being a blind person; sit at the controls of the device, say here I come, take off and landing with the help of an instructor.

If he also dared to take a car on an esplanade and drive it with igu

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