I love to solve problems, discuss ideas and build exciting stuff. I have a good understanding of how the web works and experience with multiple methodologies/technologies.
I'm mostly interested in Full Stack Development, DevOps and Software Architecture.
Pragmatic, hard worker, strong defender of process automation, and a firm believer that good code should be readable and testable. I strive to create simple and elegant solutions.
I'm a core developer of the Iota Smart Contracts software.
I work mostly in Go and I'm responsible for designing and implementing features of the Wasp node, as well as integration tests, debuging, improving performance, creating user tools, and general maintenance.
Worked mainly on the Bitfinex trading platform, developing new features and maintain the existing codebase. My main focus was high-quality performant UI code.
Applied Blockchain is consultancy company that does projects for big and small companies, across a wide range of business sectors.
I worked as a lead frontend engineer, building complex and robust applications for our corporate clients.
Blip is a software house that is part of Paddy Power Betfair (one of the biggest betting companies in the world).
I worked as a Full Stack Engineer, developing software as part of the Risk and Trading Team. We focus on building performant applications to innovate and improve the company business.
Semasio is SaaS for media agencies, which uses behavioral targeting to define market segments for online advertisement.
I worked across the software stack, mostly in C#, doing frontend/backend development, container creation/orchestration with Docker and Service Fabric, test automation, etc.
Codeplace is a marketplace for web development tutorials.
I worked with Ruby on Rails and built crucial pieces of software for the company.
This experience enhanced my perception about the software development process and growth / maintainability at an early stage startup.
As consultant for Deloitte, I worked on two projects in the context of the Insurance Industry.
The first project was an ETL integration between two companies.
The second was to design and implement a CI environment to automate delivery and testing.
I learned about the work-life on a big company and how they traditionally operate (culture and technology-wise).
During college, I attended and organized multiple meetups/hackathons/conferences.
As part of AEFEUP direction team, managed the logistics for student parties and other extra-curricular events.
For my Master Thesis, used machine learning techniques to predict whether a given user was more or less prone to buy a product based on his previous actions on an e-commerce website.
It was during High school that I fist started coding. Started with Pascal, Visual Basic and C/C++.
For the final school project, did an homebrew implementation of Guitar Hero (which was awesome and I'm still very proud of it to this day).