I work as the Principal Architect for Malwarebytes, helping our team fight computer malware and other really bad stuff. I have been coding as far as I remember, about 30+ years ago. During my career I have been fortunate to work with many technologies, ranging from development environments based on MS-DOS, such as Clipper, DBase III+, Pascal, C/C++, and with most all of the great Windows based technologies in the years 1990’s and 2000’s, like Visual Basic, Visual C++, Borland Delphi, Borland C++, Kylix, Microsoft .NET C#. (Yeah I have missed the Java boat, fortunately)
For the last 10 years or so, I have been working mostly on the Mac OS X, developing software using Ruby on Rails, Objective-C and Swift, and Golang (Go) acting as an architect for very large web-based systems and mobile applications.
I am originally from Brazil and moved to the United States about 14 years ago. I used to publish a magazine in the late 90’s called “Delphi Journal” with technical articles about Borland Delphi programming language.
This is my new spot to share my thoughts and findings about programming and interesting tidbits of technology.