I’m a business-minded software developer, passionate writer, choir section leader, and Theology student. You can find me on GitHub, LinkedIn, or write an email.

Business-minded software developer

I’ve always had an interest in technology. My first contact with computer programming was when I was 14, to help my mom in her small business finances. I wrote a simple macro with Visual Basic, using Microsoft Excel. For me, programming is a mere tool to solve our problems and facilitate our lives.

That’s why I refer to me as a business-minded software developer. There’s no point in programming if there are no problems to solve. My toolchain these days are Ruby, Rails, Elixir, Phoenix, and JavaScript, although I have also worked with C#, Java, Python, Go, and some other tech. I believe that languages are there to solve specific problems. You might have your favorite, but most likely it’s not applicable to every problem there is.

Passionate writer

I love writing. Not just tech articles but emails, bug reports, pull requests, documentation.

In 2018 I started writing tech articles to share my thoughts on programming, product, and tech. I’ve written for Hacker Noon, The Startup, and also my personal blog.

Choir section leader

Music has always been part of my life. I volunteer as a section leader in my church’s choir. Here’s a picture of them singing in an annual event called “MAP: O Segredo”.

Picture of them singing in an annual event called MAP: O Segredo

Theology student

I’m majoring in Theology. I dream of merging my programming skills and my faith. I have started some projects on this, but still in development.