Rodolfo is a Computer and Information Engineer passionate about software development and sharing of knowledge.
His superpowers include insisting on high standards and diving deep.
Rodolfo likes sports, nature, exploring cities in unconventional ways and learning languages. Currently enjoying Oregon's amazing bicycle rides and hikes with his loved wife.
He believes that continuous learning is a must and that technology is to be used for the betterment of the world. To that end, small acts make great revolutions.
He values people and obsesses over customers, while appreciating correct, beautiful and well-tested code.
Rodolfo works on AWS Elemental MediaStore, a storage service optimized for media that delivers predictable low latency. Prior to that, he worked on multiple parts of OpenShift, Red Hat's open source container platform and Kubernetes distribution.
He is often attending and giving talks in software community events.
This tool provides instantaneous feedback about the current state of a test suite, automatically triggered whenever a file changes. It shows a green or red bar and a history of the previous test runs, useful for keeping track of clean refactors from green to green.
XMPPVOX is a chat client for blind computer users.
It literally breaks barries, as it enables visually impaired people to communicate with their peers in a transparent way, by means of Text-to-Speech and a specially-crafted command interface.
With XMPPVOX, it doesn’t matter whether you’re blind or not, nor whether you’re talking to someone who also uses XMPPVOX or any other chat client.
Behind the scenes, it is multiplatform adhoc-proprietary-protocol-to-XMPP bridge that connects DOSVOX users to XMPP networks. Since DOSVOX is available on Windows only, XMPPVOX is currently distributed as a single Windows executable.
Shenmeci is a Chinese-English-Chinese online dictionary.
With Chinese text as input, it does a dictionary based word segmentation (Chinese has no whitespace) and provides translation for each word.
For non-Chinese input it searches for entries in the dictionary quickly using a full-text index.
The Coding Dojo Rio was started in late 2008 and is pure reason to smile :-)
DojoRio is the first open Coding Dojo group in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It grew big, has had several branches in the city and state, and even influenced the creation of new Coding Dojos around Brazil and the world!
It’s a weekly event in which people exchange knowledge and practice programming techniques and soft skills. At this point, it is certainly one of the oldest uninterrupted coding dojos in existence around the world.