I'm a software engineer, working and living in Braga, Portugal.
Ever since I was a little kid, software development has been my passion. I still remember sitting in front of my first computer and feeling that was kind of magic. This passion carried me through my education at University of Minho, where I could study studied new languages, algorithms, compilers, and higher mathematics, all with pretty much the same fascination that drove me as a kid.
Now, in industry, this passion remains with me. There's certainly yet more to learn, yet more problems to solve, and yet more to build.
I work for Mindera where I help develop Trainline, the biggest rail-ticketing company in Europe. Before, I worked at Pixelmatters in the development of web applications and websites in various business domains with US-based companies like Rubrik and DocSend (acquired by Dropbox).
I also help to maintain OMinho one of the biggest Portuguese online newspapers.
|DevOps||Docker, Webpack, TeamCity, AWS|
|Testing Frameworks||Jest, React Testing Library|
|Methodologies||Scrum / Agile Development|
|Additional skills||Web Analytics|
Software Engineer (Contract) (September 2020 - Present)
I started on the Customer Retention Optimization team where I helped to optimize and migrate the UK business to EU. Now I work on the team responsible for the front end of post-sales operations.
Software Engineer (September 2020 - Present)
I work as a FE Software Engineer with clients, help in the recruitment process with FE technical interviews, and mentor internships.
Software Engineer (April 2015 - Present)
I help with platform operations and front-end development.
Front-End Developer (September 2018 - September 2020)
Mainly working in the development of web applications and websites in various business domains.
Working with frontend frameworks such as React, Gatsby, and WordPress.
University of Minho (September 2014 - December 2019)
MSc specialization: Intelligent Systems (Artificial Intelligence) and Software Systems Engineering (Web Engineering and Software Design).