My top technical skills
Used it in all of my web application projects done at FEUP, and at Jumpseller mainly with ReactJS. I also practiced this language on some side projects to learn NodeJS and AngularJS.
Used it on a course at FEUP where i choosed to work with the Ruby on Rails Framework. I also, have been working with this language at Jumpseller using Padrino and Sinatra.
Have used it many times in projects at FEUP to practice the implementation of design patterns, object oriented mobile apps and distributed web applications(Maven, Apache Tomcat and Mysql).
Have used C on projects at FEUP namely to write low level code to pass data from one computer to another through a serial cable and to write a game using self made drivers of the graphical card, the keyboard and the mouse. Also used
C++ to write a game-engine library after learning a bit about graphical computation at FEUP and it was the first language I ever learned. Right now at the Technical University of Ostrava (VSB-TUO) I am using c++ for my Digital
Image Processing course to implement algorithms of image manipulation.
Also used it to program with CUDA
Started using python on my 3rd year for an Artificial Intelligence course at FEUP and now i am basically using it for almost every course here at the Technical University of Ostrava (VSB-TUO) for data and text analysis and algorithm
Also learned Flask, and used popular libraries such as numpy and know how to setup
and deploy a python project making use of tools such as pip and pipenv
Have used it on projects at FEUP namely to write distributed technology systems. Since i am
a Linux enthusiast, i had to use the Mono and avoid using Windows.
Used it in with the Phoenix framework to write a web application in a course at FEUP to be delivered to a real company.
My top non technical skills
I'm always open to the idea of learning and trying new things and facing new problems everyday. I don't enjoy working on the same thing over and over again whereas i like to go outside of my comfort zone and solve other problems. On
my 4th year i decided to become a part-time student and explore that area before I finish my studies.
I consider myself to be a very open and extrovert person and have had the opportunity to do 2 presentations at FEUP's main auditorium for 2 different courses as well as take part in some academic traditions which helped me develop that
I believe in teamwork. We can't make it on our own and everybody needs help sometimes. I'm always happy to help any friend or colleague in need in any way i can as i expect to be helped as well when I don't know something about
During meetings i try my best to always listen to other people's current tasks and issues and suggest ideas for their implementation or new features that should be added. During the SCRUM meetings at Jumpseller or
at some courses at FEUP where we practiced the SCRUM methodology, i listened to other people's tasks and learned to help them on their struggles and ask for help myself.
Every person has an adjustment or learning period when attempting something new but i tend to overcome it really quickly. While working at Jumpseller i was able to learn a new language and set of technologies (Ruby) that i had never
used before in a fast way.