Mar 2002 - Nov 2004
Jan 1996 - Jun 2001
Currently, one of my main responsibilities as Technical Leader is to provide a good environment, technical or not, for my team of 10 talented professionals. Other responsibilities include planning with other managers the project (activities and schedules), keeping in mind the project size, efforts, risks, skills already present on the team, quality, and productivity.
Even though one of my main focus is to resolve technical issues, I have also been acting in non-technical questions related to leadership subjects. In doing so, I try to foment in my team some necessary behavioral characteristics, because these are as important as programming language and software architecture, on my opinion.
To work in a challenging role that encompasses my skills and experience in Information Technology, Technical Leadership, and Management. I particularly enjoy designing and implementing new technical projects that challenge and stretch my abilities, allowing me to learn new skills and to lead a team of people in producing positive change.
- design pattern;
- inspection and code reviewing;
- software estimative techniques, specially based on UCP and Line Of Code (LOC);
- Coach and Mentoring;
- Motivation Techniques;
- Planning and Tracking of project;
- Code Complete, Steve McConnell;
- The Fifth Discipline, Peter Senge;
- Presence, Peter Senge and Otto Scharmer;
- Coaching the team at work, David Clutterbuck.
Sales Force Automation; Palm Browser; Games; and Finance System. Acted as a Developer. [1999-2002]
Diagnostic System for Cable Modem; RIA (Flex, AJAX); and Dashboard. Acted as a Technical Leader. [2008-2009]
Digital Audio Player; BREW; Instant Messaging; Social Network. Acted as a Technical Leader. [2006-2008]
Embedded System; Test Jig; Cardiac Monitor; and CMM-2 Process Writer. Acted as a Software Leader and Developer. [2002-2006]