My name is Deny Dias (a.k.a. @denydias) and I build software and services for humans.
Currently I hold the chief of product and operations position at eDok.
In a sentence: I'm what people call a full-stack software developer, a DevOp or whatever the hype word for someone who masters the whole tech cycle may be.
I'm specialist at systems design, specification, development, deployment and the life-cycle of mission critical operations, both on-premise and in the cloud. I have a solid career in streaming media and digital asset management segments, with emphasis on massive content acquisition, processing, storage, reuse and distribution. I also have huge experience with many IT infrastructure related areas.
My (non-exhaustive) skill set at a glance:
Software Project Management
Talk to human beings to understand their needs on any given system.
Translate that needs into a detailed set of specifications for developers.
Manage the conversion of specifications into software deliverables.
Keep a project on track for schedule, cost, scope and quality baselines.
Develop resources and human friendly solutions to complex problems.
Write good code in Bash, PHP, JS, CSS, HTML, Lua and others less common idioms.
Understand and apply proper software design patterns for a given problem.
Streamline development, testing, staging and production cycles.
Create Docker images and deploy its derived containers.
Build and run continuous integration for software.
Document code and processes for tech people.
Leverage RESTful APIs and JSON power.
Transcode tons of data into whatever.
Stand for DVCS adoption.
Develop and implement security aware operations.
Design, deploy and run IT operation processes.
Work with lots of data coming back and forth.
Deal with mission critical systems.
Integrate many different systems.
Scale systems, both vertically and horizontally.
Migrate on-premise systems into the cloud.
Make a good use of the cloud services APIs.
Document tech knowledge for non-tech people.
Write marketing stuff about anything tech.
SEO and Social Media integration.
Advanced usage of *nix/BSD.
Automate repetitive tasks.
Travel (for work or not).
Help people (for free).
Ride a bike.
As the society becomes increasingly fractured into factions, I think it's important for people to disclose their sociopolitical views.
On Jan'21, that's me on the subject:
Anarchist in its non-violent form.
Open minded to anything progressive.
Libertarian regarding drugs and abortion.
Unsympathetic to civilian firearm ownership.
Against patent systems and closed technologies.
Deeply despise theocracies and religious people in State affairs.
Strongly believe that only education can make humanity to thrive.
Feel contempt for governments, borders, flags, anthems and prejudices.
PS: regarding COVID-19 pandemic, I stand beside all WHO recommendations. I TRULY follow each and every one of them. As for the deniers, they are just plain stupid and deserve no attention from me.