I'm Marcelo, a Software Engineer working remotely, currently at VTEX.
VTEX (2021 - present)
VTEX is the only multi-tenant commerce platform that unifies customer experiences across all channels into a comprehensive enterprise solution. Trusted by Sony, Motorola, Walmart, Whirlpool, Coca-Cola, Stanley Black & Decker, Nestlé, and over 3,000 online stores in 45 countries, the platform accelerates the commerce transformation of complex operations.
Cubos (2019 - 2021)
Cubos is a software development consultancy company - a startup factory - offering DevOps, Outsourcing, MVP, and complex digital solutions. If you want to learn more, visit cubos.io.
While at Cubos, I was responsible for:
Eduardo Sampaio (2020)
Eduardo needed to build a website for his political campaign as a city councilor, and he needed it to be done fast. He wanted an editable, high-performing website, with open communication channels with his visitors, as well as to receive live updates on who was volunteering for his campaign or who had subscribed to his newsletter. I built his website using Django, React, Typescript and PostgreSQL.
It uses Memcached to cache the static content - served gzipped by Nginx - and has a REST API (Django Rest Framework) which binds React to Django's ORM and was deployed on Digital Ocean. It counts on Cloudinary as its CDN.
I built CI/CD pipelines with Github Actions to ease the deployment process and stripped down the code to make a React-Django boilerplate available on Github.
It was possible to capture several volunteers for his campaign, as well as keep hundreds of followers updated through his newsletter and increase the overall lead.
It was a really fun project, Eduardo was really satisfied and I still am its maintainer.
Binder is a prototype of a project that ran for (and won) the 2020 Tomie Ohtake Leroy Merlin Institue Design Award, in São Paulo. Two open-source projects were brought to life from it, a UI library, and a whiteboard tool, the latter being a custom fork from the awesome Excalidraw project. Binder is about taking notes from classes. High schoolers from 9th to 11th grade are its targeted audience. The prototype's mocked functionalities let you create, customize and manage boards and binders. It relies on Gatsby to build the static content, and on Mobx to manage the global state. Binder was designed to run on top of browsers under tablets. You can visit the prototype here.