Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath who knows where you live
― John Woods
Since i was a child i had a passion for gizmos, electronics and technology, but have the opportunity to use a computer at that time, it was difficult. Then in adolescence, the world of computers come to me. I tried to find out more, and in a few months I found myself doing my first program.
My biggest ambition is to add to my portfolio of knowledge, languages like C, C++ and Assembly in the next three years. I also want to know more paradigms, methodologies and programming conventions to not only know how to do different solutions, but to be effective in each of them.
I belong to the software development team (Bi-Bright) in the Bi-Silque group, located in Esmoriz - Aveiro.
Currently actively participate in two projects:
- Android Mobile App (iOS briefly) for scanning and annotation notes, developed using the Xamarim platform.
Apart from my duties, I will also enrich my knowledge with courses.
I developed web solutions for internal projects and customers:
- Memory Game (aka Match Pairs game) using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, FacebookAPI and mongoDB (and was later carrying for SQLite);
- RestAPI prizes management, using the PHP framework Yii2 and MySQL;
Started in 2013, this course has allowed me to gain and solidify skills in the field, including:
- C# .NET;
- Asp MVC5 C#;
- Microsoft SQL Server e T-SQL;
- Ergonomy and Usability;
- Networking and Protocols;
- Computer Security;
- System Analysis, Requirements and UML Modeling;
Portal for company of cars body repair, with history, contacts and small online store to order used car parts.
Developed on CMS Wordpress and with Cart66 plugin for e-commerce system.
Course of Introduction to programming, using the Python 2.7 programming language, where I acquired the bases of language.
One of the exercises gave me more pleasure that course was to develop in console, the Hangman game.
Started in 2009, this course was I gained my first major programming bases, namely:
|C#||Android / Xamarin Android||PHP||MySQL|
I’ve been working in a Node-WebKit app for the last months, and it has been the most awful thing I’ve ever done. I just can’t understand why there are so many dependencies and sub-dependencies between modules. Moreover, some modules are just ridiculously simple, modules like “is nan” or “is array”, things you do with pure […]