I am Software Engineer with over ten years’ experience in java development.
Brazilian Geek, Coffee lover, Sepultura Fan and In-line Hockey Player, who likes to play with Android and Arduino in my free time.
I currently studying for the Cloudera Hadoop Spark Developer certification.
Based in Dublin
Currently, I’m: Software Engineer at Idiro Analytics
I’ve worked in various sectors with the Java platform and I have experience with several frameworks.
Already worked as Business Analyst, Developer, Java J2EE designer, technical lead and Scrum Master.
The last four years I have worked in a web-based big data application that simplifies the analysis of large data sets called “Red Sqirl”.
Honors and Awards:
My hobbies are playing with IoT, electronics, Twitter sentiment analysis, electric guitar and In-line Skate/Hockey.
I also run a monthly meetup for Brazilian IT professionals in Dublin with an average of 80 attendees, and sort of coach IT jobseekers as a volunteer.
Volunteer mentor, assisting Coder Dojo in Rathmines. St.Louis
I currently have two projects; Transforming Donald Trump’s Tweets in cash and My Floor Piano.
Donald Trump’s Tweets in cash : Details
Trump's uses it to Tweets strong opinions about all sorts of things. Occasionally, those opinions are targeted at publicly traded companies.
My idea is some code that constantly monitors Trump’s feed and analyzes each tweet for mentions of publicly traded companies and then, you’d immediately trade the affected stocks based on the detected sentiment: buy if positive and short if negative.
My Floor Piano : Details
Who doesn't want to dance around on a giant floor piano like Tom Hanks in Big?
This is a project with Makey Makey and Scratch.
In case you are not familiar with it, a Makey Makey is a kit that allows you turn everyday objects into touchpads that you can use to interface with a computer.