A passionate team leader who loves his work and is always available to discuss the best approach to do things. As a leader, I seek for having not only the code done but the end user needs solved (which sometimes means no coding!).
I'm a little freaky about organization; I have (I believe) an above-the-average tendency to make sure not only coding is done but also documentation is updated and the 'non-code' is also done properly (requirements met, etc.).
After some years, I realized that coding is only a very small part of IT job: if coding is most of the work, then the work is being done wrongly! Besides, since 2011 I'm using Toggl to track my working hours to have a better view of where my working efforts are going. If by the end of the day you have that feeling of having accomplished nothing, I strongly suggest to use something like this. It worth a shot!
I'm also interested in volunteer activities (especially digital inclusion), so if you need a hand from a Portuguese / Spanish / English speaker, feel free to drop me a message!
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