Hi, I am Bruno Paulino.
Software is my craft.
Working at woom is a joy and challenging at the same time. We deal with a large scale infrastructure that spams across many continents (EU, North America, Asia) and yet we are still a startup with a very small and efficient team. And c'mon! we make bikes for kids. How cool is it? isn't just cool, it's awesome!
On the technical side, I am writing high-scale, cloud-based applications using Scala and the Play framework for high concurrency and high availability for our very international and remote team. I am currently focused on rebuilding our whole international e-commerce experience from scratch using Typescript, GraphQL, Apollo and Vue.js with Nuxt.
On top of that, I deeply care about soft skills (commonly underrated among the software community), mainly focusing on good communication and putting people first, making sure I can pass the message in an understandable and friendly way, specially for Non-tech-savvy users.
I wanted to keep all my cards in a safe place that I was sure nobody was tracking me or uploading my cards to any server. I decided to build my own solution.
Card Vault is the go-to app if you want to keep all your cards in a single place. You can scan them automatically. It is also saved safely protected with password, FaceID or TouchID.
You can download it on the App Store
Also working with DevOps using SaltStack and TeamCity to automate our entire deployment process and servers management.
On the mobile side I have worked with iOS development, mainly using the Swift programming language and the iOS Cocoa Touch framework.
Design and development of an internal Web app for Project Management and Internal Excellence Program (Embraer P3E) using Ruby on Rails.
Being part of the development team, we were given a challenging task to design and develop a resilient mobile application for the police officer on duty.
The project is still under development and currently only targets the Android platform.
The backend services are developed with Ruby and Scala.