Hello! I'm an experienced Systems Analyst who have been working on IT since 2006 and currently working at INFLOR.
In this time I've helped building software in the most diverse areas. From ERPs for Small Businesses to Forest Management Systems used in large factories.
I've performed various roles in the software process: eliciting requirements; designing software; developing; testing; deploying and supporting it. More than a hundred companies and thousands of users have used the software I helped to ship.
In 2015, together with colleagues, we won the AngelHACK Brooklyn after developing a Google Chrome extension focused in helping developers to find code references on GitHub. We even incorporated a company! Unfortunately, though, it didn't go forth.
On my free time I like to eat with my wife, pet our cats, read, run, watch Formula One and listen to podcasts.
Check my full résumé to know more about me, and, also feel free to reach me out at anytime.
Whereisit is the hack winner of the AngelHack Brooklyn 2015. It aims to help developers finding source-code references on GitHub repos without cloning it to their own devices.
Source on Github.
Efetiva Consultoria is a consulting company based in Vitória, Brazil, that needed a full multi-language CMS to empower its business across the world.
Power to Parents is a true IoT (Internet of Things) device capable of turning on and off appliances using a smartphone. Developed during the Intel IoT hackathon, this project got the third place.