Fernando is a software engineer with 19+ years of diverse experience. He creates high-quality readable code that is easy to maintain and won’t break. Fernando is passionate about implementing best practices utilizing unit testing. Strong knowledge in back-end development, very strong in C# and .NET Core within a microservices-based architecture.Hire Fernando
The tech stack includes .NET 5, Microsoft Orleans, Kafka, SQL Server, MongoDB, Redis, and Azure.
The tech stack was AWS, AWS Lambda, SQL Server, MongoDB, .NET Core 2.2, and ASP.NET MVC with .NET Framework.
The tech stack was ASP.Net Core 2, Web APIs, GIT, VSTS, MongoDB, SQL Server, and Azure.
The tech stack was .NET Framework 4.5, C#, WCF, Entity Framework 6.0.0, Windows Workflow Foundation, Drools, Guvnor, Visual Studio 2012, TFS, SQL Server 2012, Oracle, Rhino Mocks, and NUnit.
The tech stack was.NET Framework 4.5, C#, Visual Studio 2012 and Subversion (SVN), and Team City.
In this client, one of the biggest health insurance companies in Brazil, as a member of an agile team, he worked on the development of a distributed application, based on SOAP. The main goal of this application was to automate the approval and tracking of medical appointments, covering all offices and clinics in Brazil. The main challenges were processing a large number of transactions and dealing with a tight deadline. To beat the latency of an external server we took advantage of parallel programming and caching. Our team was composed of 5 developers and one DBA.
The client was the government, the software we were redesigning made the collection of taxes of the whole state. In this scenario, speed and accuracy were our priorities. The project took 2 years redesigning the front-end, presenting a friendlier UX and at the back-end, and adding new a service layer, which allowed the re-use a huge amount of resources. Consulting on the transition of their previous source control (Visual Source Safe) to Team Foundation Server. (TFS).
The tech stack was .Net Framework 3.5, Visual Studio 2008, and Oracle.
Mentored new team members on .NET technologies and showed them how to use our in-house framework. Training about best practices on ASP.NET web forms inside a legacy code scenario.
The tech stack was .Net Framework 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, TFS, C#, ASP.NET Web Forms, SQL Server 2005, Windows Vista, Windows 2003 Server.
By that time the Waterfall model was still being used, but he managed to overcome the common faults of this model. Instead of getting a specification and writing my code straightaway before writing my first line of code he used to have a quick chat with the system analytic who wrote the specification, to make sure he understood everything and got rid of any misunderstanding.
Besides the programming, he had the opportunity to work closely with the R&D team and it was extremely valuable for his career.
The tech stack was .Net Framework 1.1, Web Forms, Visual Studio 2003, Source Safe, C#, Oracle, Windows XP, Windows 2003 Server.
Developed several Web Sites for advertising campaigns, hot sites, intranet, and B2B and B2C applications.
The tech stack was Classic ASP, .Net Framework 1.0, Visual Studio 2001/2003, Source Safe, C#, SQL Server 2000.