Cleverson is a Senior Full-Stack Software Engineer with over 8 years of professional experience developing new functionalities and web platforms. He has a strong background working with Java, Spring, API Integration, and Microservices, and even has extensive experience using AWS. He has vast experience leading and working within multicultural teams and possesses the leadership skills to complete multiple team-oriented courses and projects. His track record shows he has consistently delivered finished assignments as per requirements and always within the estimated time. He is currently wrapping up another role where he had the opportunity to lead a 5-member team who developed, maintained, and optimized microservices and micro front-end applications. Cleverson is an elite developer who is passionate about building solutions to enhance a user’s experience and is looking for a his next full-stack or back-end lead position.
Led a 5-member developer squad who developed, maintained, and optimized microservices. Also developed, maintained, and optimized micro front-end for GAP’s applications related to suppliers, for internal usages, such as brand-by-period management.
Technologies: Java 8, Spring, Docker, ReactJS, Google ApiGee, Pivotal Cloud Foundry, MongoDB, Azure, Azure Kubernetes Service, Jenkins.
Responsible for implementing and maintaining new microservices to support existing and new functionalities on the web platform.
Designed and developed new front-end functionalities, and improved existing microservices regarding their design, code, and functionality.
Technologies: Java 8, Spring, MySQL, Kafka, Docker, Google ApiGee, AWS Lambda, AWS EC2, Elasticsearch, Git, IntelliJ, Gradle, OpenShift, AngularJS, Micronaut, Kotlin, MongoDB
Worked on the back-end and was focused on creating an application, web, and mobile, for the management of deliveries and pickups, both booking and tracking of containers. Acted as the technical leader in a four-developer team, focused on the back-end development of new features and optimizations, as a new microservice, for Canal da Peça’s e-commerce and marketplace.
Technologies: Java 8, Spring, Angular 6, Angular material, Oracle Database, Docker, Kubernetes, Micronaut, Kong, RabbitMQ, MySQL and PostgreSQL, Golang with the libraries Gin, Gorm, Resty, and Facebook-Go