Professional Projects

These are the projects I have worked with throughout my career.
Due to copyright laws I may not be able to show any of the source code of those, however a description of the project will be available

  • RUM – Real User Monitoring

    2015 – today
    Real User Monitoring (RUM) service tells the story of your website’s performance from the perspective of the people who use it.
    RUM tracks every visit to every page on a customer’s site and reports on how that site performed for that user. It captures live session data and pushes it to an online interface for review in real time, allowing for the interrogation of large volumes of data.

  • PA – Performance Analyser

    2014 – 2015
    Performance Analyser (PA) is a tool that allows automated and scheduled testing of websites across a number of real browsers as a way to check if content is being delivering to users in the optimal way and deliver consistent, reliable insight into a client’s website’s performance.

  • eCommerce @ Rocket Internet

    2012 – 2014
    Rocket Internet is a German Internet Company headquartered in Berlin. The company builds online startups and owns shareholdings in various models of internet retail businesses. The company model is known as a startup studio or a venture builder.
    Rocket Internet opened a hub in Portugal called Porto Tech Center, and started developing new projects aiming towards the Asian and African market.

  • Winphar – Pharmaceutical software

    Winphar is a product developed by Simphar S.A., a Portuguese company aiming to fulfil the need for a software that could provide for all the intricacies of running a pharmacy, and comply with the existing legislation enforced by Infarmed

  • SIG – The precursor to Sendys

    2005 – 2008
    SIG (Portuguese acronym for Integrated Management System) was a management software developed by Prologica, that later on went to be part Geslogica, both Portuguese companies founded around 1992-1994. Those companies eventually ended up being acquired by CapGemini, a French consultancy company.

  • BANIF – IBM AS400

    2001 – 2005
    BANIF was a Portuguese bank with headquarters in the island of Madeira and with offices in Lisbon. It had a software maintenance contract with CapGemini that was developing applications for IBM mainframes.