Back when I was fresh out of school and I started to program professionally, I didn’t care about the job titles I’d get. I was comfortable being an “IT Analyst”, a “Development Engineer”, or even a “Junior Developer”. If the position involved programming and I felt like I was a good fit, then I would take it. As time passed, I started to notice the industry distinguishes people who
Lucas Petes is a designer who isn't afraid to code. With a deep love for design, he has produced countless clean and gorgeous interfaces. He talks about his career's history, giving us a window to understand how it feels to be a designer working among programmers. He discusses the design-development complementarity, pointing that the two are sides of the same job.
Carolina Bigonha is one of the most focused and clear-minded people I know. She was a year ahead of me at the university, and a source of inspiration. I had the opportunity to talk more to her in a conference where she was presenting her research on social networks. She is an engineer who loves her work and also has a passion for business development; it was a great privilege to talk to
Rafael “Rafa” Viotti is the programmer with the highest eye for detail and quality I ever knew. This guy will spot an extra space in your code as quickly as he will point out an extra comma in a source comment. During the time I worked with Rafa, he significantly influenced my coding style, always encouraging me to strive for excellence in my code.