About me

I'm a young brazilian guy who loves to code, create new inventions and watch movies. Born in 1991, I had my first contact with programming during the graduation of Teleinformatics Engineering at the Federal University of CearĂ¡ at 2011. Since then I have been interested in knowing more and more about everything that involves programming, such as: web development, mobile development, internet of things, embedded systems and software engineering.

I am very (very) communicative, I love working as a team (Yaay!) and I strive to always deliver my best. During the vacant hours I love watching films and series, practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and learning something new. I also like to eat like an angry capivara .


.NET Web Developer

Microsoft Student 2 Business, MIC ETEPAM

Completed the course of .NET Web Development winning two awards: Best Project (CaritasHub) and Best Student.

Mobile Developer

2016 - 2017
Federal University of Pernambuco

Development of a platform to incentive the tourism by using hunting games. The Ionic framework was used for hybrid development for a mobile app for Android and IOS platforms. The server was built using Google's Firebase.

Mobile Developer

2014 - 2016
Federal University of Pernambuco

Development of an Alternative and Augmentative Communication application for children with autism called aBoard. The Appcelerator's Titanium framework was used for hybrid development on Android and IOS platforms.

Junior Software Developer

2013 - 2013
DWA Tecnology

6 Months Internship - Development of the company's main product. The company works with electronic ticketing systems. Worked with C and C++.

Projects & Rewards


aBoard is an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) tablet application whose differential is its ability to give suggestions that speed up the production of meaningful sentences. As a result of the ASSISTIVE research project, aBoard is aimed at individuals who have a deficiency in oral, speech and / or written communication, and can also be used as a support tool in Inclusive Education and in therapies, such as PECS.


ASSISTIVE is a Research Group that aims to develop innovative technologies in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). The Group was founded in January 2014 at the Information Center (CIn) of the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), is part of the National Reference Center for Assistive Technology (CNRTA) and receives funding from the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) and the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES).


BebIn is an embedded system for controlling and monitoring water dispensers. It began as a project of a college discipline and advanced to the Intel Embedded Systems Competition. Unfortunately the project has not been completed yet, but it continues as an innovation in the area.


CaritasHub has the purpose of locating institutions aimed at serving the needy population of Pernambuco. Through a unified register, search filters and algorithms that prioritize the proximity, you can use CaritasHub to find nearby institutions or that are in need of your help. In addition, it is possible to add new organizations that perform charitable work. Do not let that food pass the validity, do not throw in those old clothes, donate and help. That way it's much easier to be happy!

Qualcomm's Hackathon

Two Qualcomm's Hackathons as a Mentor. Helping in the development of ideas and implementation of project's prototypes.

Vida de Estudante

Vida de Estudante is a mobile application for monitoring academic systems. He monitors students' grades and alerts them when there are any changes. This allows the student to keep track of their notes in real time. Unfortunately the project was discontinued due to problems with college. (The team in charge did not like a student doing their job)

Skills & Proficiency

C, Python, Java, Javascript

NodeMCU, Arduino

Ionic Framework

Microsoft .NET