Improvement drives me. I am a very curious person who is always willing to learn something new and acknowledges that every individual has something to add to my life. On the opposite direction, as a trained instructor, I have developed strong didactics and find it very useful in dealing with teams.
Both development and Agile are both work and fun for me and mixing those two topics deeply energizes me.
The passion for improvement is certainly applied to work, and not limited to it. For that reason, I have a quite wide personal background, from ballroom dancing to skydiving. It pleases me and gives me a broad range of subjects I am comfortable with.
As a developer, I have worked in quite a number of projects. Most of them are web focused and have Java as a primary language, but I still consider myself a tecnology agnostic developer. My personal highlights for (opensource) projects follow:
Agile Brazil Schedule Builder
As the Program Chair at Agile Brazil, I decided to build a simple schedule builder from a json input. It is "front-end only", for now, but it will grow into a full stack soon-ish, so we can provide mobile notifications and the scheduling itself.
My graduation project was yet another agile project management tool and I am still in love with the simple practice we created to write remarkably legible tests in a BDD fashion, with compilation safety which natural language tests often lack.
This textbook generator reads from a simple markup syntax and outputs many formats: pdf, html, mobi or epub. This was the first commercial software I have built, and it is still in use for generating Caelum's textbooks and Casa do Código books.