Miguel Fiandor, France, is a web and data application developer in ICIJ’s Data Unit. He graduated from the Polytechnic University of Madrid as computer engineer. Miguel spent two years working in the private sector after acquiring a masters degree in renewable energies, but then decided to dive into the world of data and entrepreneurism with a personal project. He created an open data website for Spanish public administrations accounts named ‘Transparencia de Cuentas Públicas.’ Since joining ICIJ in 2015, Miguel has been involved in technical projects for ICIJ’s Data Unit, including ICIJ’s Panama Papers investigation. He has developed tools for data cleaning, transformation and analysis, and also works on web and database development and other data processing.