On 18th June 2015 I went to Lisbon to attend the Landing Festival — a tech jobs event organised by Landing.jobs. I was 15. And now you ask: what was a 15-year-old boy doing in a job fair? So, I was there as a journalist for Pplware. Though that’s not the piece of information that matters, I have to thank a lot to them because they were my ground floor.
Upframe is a movement built by students, professors, companies, incubators and startup founders worldwide with the mission to promote the development of an entrepreneurial mindset in students.
Pplware is a Portuguese project which includes a tech news and tips blog, a forum, a kids-directed website and many subject-specific groups on social networks. The main goal was to deliver the most recent news, guides and tutorials for the Portuguese-speaking community.
File Browser (formerly known as File Manager) provides a file managing interface within a specified directory and it can be used to upload, delete, preview, rename and edit your files. It allows the creation of multiple users and each user can have its own directory. This software can be either used as a standalone application or as a middleware.
Caddy is a HTTP/2 web server with automatic HTTPS. It’s easy to use, has no dependencies and it is already production-ready. One of the biggest advantagens of Caddy is that it is relatively simple to create plugins that extend its own native functionalities.
In 2015, with only 15 years old, I wrote an ebook teaching how to program in C. That ebook consists in the compilation of a series of blog posts on Pplware into a beautiful and easily readable PDF.