Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Computer Science degree from Estácio de Sá University working with PHP since 2010, and frontend developer from 2013, focusing on the Joomla!. 10+yrs w tech. Started with C# n' Hardware Support. Prefer frontend dev & UX.
|Community Translation Team||Contributor||Portuguese (Brazil) Translator||Sep 2017|
|Forum Team||Contributor||Local forum moderator||Oct 2017|
|Team||Position||Role||Date Started||Date Ended|
|Community Translation Team||Member||Sep 2017||Sep 2017|
I has been involved with Joomla since 2009, as community member. Provided and maintains translated core patches, I'm in the current Brazilian Portuguese Translation Team (Team Leader since 2012 at 2015, still member of) and Moderator of Official Forum in Portuguese (2015 ~ now).
System Analysis by UNESA/RJ, acts as FrontEnd Developer in your own company, the Pinheiro & Sperle Web Development Inc. Group based in Rio de Janeiro city. I travel around Brazil, speaking at events from local high schools and colleges to major conferences like RIO +20, FLISOL, FISL, Campus Party, JoomlaDays, DevConfs and others working to improve Joomla! and FLOSS software.
I'm also involved with translation the Joomla Code, Joomla Docs and Joomla online charts and marketing materials to pt_BR since 2010 in Brazil, to facilitate the user experience and learning to other Brazilians with the CMS, encouraging the creation of new JUGs in Brazil, be the way to this guys and girls to formalize your groups in the Joomla Project and support the members of all levels of knowledge in pt_BR. In addition to my focus on coordinating translation efforts, I help maintain the pt-br in other areas around the Joomla! community like JCM (Joomla Community Magazine) and help to make strongest the Brazilian community. Last but not least, I'm been involved with in Rio de Janeiro Joomla! User Group (since July, 2012 ~ now) meetups like a member and founder of (quarterly) and in Joomla!Day Rio de Janeiro (since November, 2013) as a organizer and maintainer.
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