that loves UNIX
and creating tools.
Hi I'm Guilherme Rosado, with the alias odas0r (rosado on backwards). I'm from Portugal, and an avid software developer that spends often a lot of time in front of a laptop because coding has become an addiction. If I'm tired or bored somehow I'll be developing/improving some kind of tool, program, or just zettelkastening.
Besides liking software, I'm also a vocalist of a neo-soul band and I play ukulele and guitar (I have a song on Spotify). Forgot to mention that I like taking notes of everything, a total fan of zettelkasten.
Note: These keywords represent tools, technologies and practices that I use on a daily basis. They should represent what I'm more familiar/comfortable with, even though I might not be an expert in most of them.
Revista Nave is a simple blog with a dashboard-ish
design, based on the masonry grid. There's a CMS provider
on the backend where the product owners can edit, create, delete
posts, tags, etc.
thatdesign is a web design agency formed by two hard working students studying design and computer science ✨
A simulation of an eletrical field using webgl.
paleontology was a project made to an optional class (you're obligated to choose a different class) at college. It is a social network where you can share fossils, but lacking most features, only had 4 days to develop it.
If you use
React to build a
website like this we cannot be friends.
habit is a bash script that works as a journal of your habits/doings. You can visualize the weekly, monthly progress of those habits/doings.
Have you ever tried the npm completion of bash? It's horribly slow. I'm used to to autocomplete scripts, thus creating nr. It's a simple wrapper for the command npm run that uses the jq program to process the package.json files for scripts.
kit-starter for developing applications with postgresql (supabase).
After that crazy year that I took from my studies, I resumed college by only doing 1-2 classes per semester. Currently I'm working full-time on my side project wallstreeters.io and learning on my own.
Wallstreeters is a financial stock/crypto web app that gathers important and specific information on a dashboard so that you can create your own view of the state of your portfolio. We're a team of 3 (previously 2), and I'm responsible for maintaining the scripts, linters, workflow of the codebase, tech stack, and managing the database (postgres) by writing tests, queries, and the schema of the app.
Met an amazing designer on the AoLado project, Yev, and started thatdesign so that we could do some freelancing.
Aolado, previously, Zizzie, was a farmers marketplace web app. We were a team of 6, but only two developers and one designer. I dealt with almost everything, from setting up the codebase (linters, scripts, etc), choosing the tech stack to deployment.
Applied during my presence on the AoLado project. We were tasked to develop a business plan and make a speech to present our idea.
I wanted something different, something that challenged me to survive by creating software. So I took a year off to learn different things and work on exciting projects.
After finishing Highschool I applied to several colleges that had the Computer Science degree, being accepted on FCT (Faculdade Ciências e Tecnologias) da Nova, Caparica.