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I've been developing software for over 10 years.
During this time, I've worked for big ISP's, as a freelancer and I've started my own companies.
My knowledge is broad, as I've done apps for desktop, backend, web frontend and even embedded devices.
I started my own companies, leading me to dive into business and managing larger projects felt like a very natural progression.
As part of the team responsible of delivering the most visited pages on the website, we were tasked to deliver the most delightful and performant site possible.
In an effort to reduce complexity and increase overall app quality, I proposed the team to rearchitect the app code to more logical hierarchical structure, which was well welcomed and adopted. This allowed not only for a better programming experience, but sped up on-boarding new developers to this new structure.
Design and UX is another very important part of CarNext, therefor interactions between developer teams and design happened every day. For me, turning the intended design quality into real web component was crucial to deliver the best customer experience possible.
I joined the company to work on the Frontend, to make beautiful interfaces from the great designs that were assigned to me.
My great attention to detail and misaligned pixels pushed me into leading the development of the UI kit that would then be used all across the site. This kit was composed by React components styled and ready to be used on any of the many application the company works on.
I also had the opportunity to work with backend-focused technologies, like GraphQL. This was the first time I really had the chance to use it on a bigger scale.
More recently, I've started giving development support in Salesforce (Demanware) . This was my first contact with the platform.
Altitude's vision is to create truly responsive environments, spaces where people enjoy personalized experiences and systems dynamically adapt to the people around them. The technology is applicable to many use-cases, such as travel by identifying and processing travelers, locations and places by accessing devices, buildings and systems as well as in the healthcare, retail and finance sectors.
Work & responsibilities:
Research and picking of the best available technology
Oversaw product development
Project development hands-on
▫ Backend services
▫ Frontend dashboards
▫ Database structure
▫ Internal and External APIs
▫ Microcontrollers firmware
Managed distributed development teams
Product and technology documentation
In charge of everything tech. iOS, frontend and backend development. Admin the company servers.
Head of core development.
Tech: Bash, Python, QT, Django, MySQL, API, Linux, Apache, Bazaar, HTML, CSS
As VP of Development I make sure the back-end is just as nice as the front-end.
At AirportChatter, we offered a mobile app where users could check every single detail about airports. From floor maps, to all available venues.
The goal was to make all users feel at home when they arrived at a new airport.
I was invited to join the company to continue the work of the CTO that was leaving. He had done all mobile development, and had to delegate any pending work.
My responsibilities involved not only to take over mobile development, but also review the app structure and the backend architecture.
Their native app was done using the Appcelerator Titanium framework. This allowed to have a single code base which could be deployed to different platforms, with very little effort and changes.
On the backend, I optimized the database model by getting rid of unnecessary tables that resulted in duplicated data and lower performance when doing queries on thousands of records.
Working on Titanium based mobile applications.
Created an iPhone app and its integration with company web services.
Monstro Criativo was created to offer the best digital presence to companies. We provided services for web development, video production and marketing.
As founder and technologist, my goal was to offer the highest quality of work to our clients. From the design and development of their websites, to excellent online marketing.
Interlux was a house electronics and automation company. When I joined, the objective was to create the company web presence and support all the other digital areas.
I also created some of the company's clients websites too, boosting their web portfolio which was virtualy not present before I joined.
Creation of scripts for easier maintenance.
Continue a former employee work, working with Perl. Later the vast majority of that work was migrated to Python.
During the development of this and other projects, I used technologies such as SOAP, CORBA and STORM (database framework).
Architecture and implementation of software components of back-end.
Created a CORBA proxy to enable the connectivity to several MPS systems, from a SIGMA application, which couldn't handle more than one MPS server on their provisioning configuration.
On 21/01/2009 I started working on a new project for administration usage. This required me to continue working on some php code, and port it to a single Python application.
Tech: PHP, Python, Perl, Storm, Bash, Linux, Windows, Apache, HTML, CSS
Developed a full suit POS and Commercial Management application
Tech: Python, GTK+, Linux, Windows
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