Tago@3x-100

Tago

PHP Back End Expert

13 years of experience in complex back-end development to large companies and institutions distinguish Tago from other back-end developers from Sunbytes. Tago is the key element to help our clients succeed.

Tago loves to join your team today!

Technical skills

  • 13 years experience on complex back-end development to large companies and institutions
  • Proven ability to leverage full-stack knowledge and experience to build interactive and user-centered webs and application
  • Expert skills in PHP and its frameworks: Laravel, Symfony.
  • Expert in PostgreeSQL/Oracle/MySQL/MariaDB
  • Has strong experience with Javascript, HTML/CSS
  • Deep understanding about WordPress
  • Familiar with Gulp, Git, Photoshop,

Soft skills/Teamwork: 

  • Experienced in working on long-term projects with the international environment
  • Creative and easily integrated with clients’ team.

English skills: Advanced level. He can collaborate well with our English-speaking Project Managers

Education

  • Bachelor of Computer Science by University of Fortaleza (UNIFOR)

Industry Exposure

  • Logistics
  • Technology
  • Insurance
  • Communication & Media
  • Healthcare
  • Banking & Finance
  • Education
  • Retails
  • Construction
  • Manufacturer

Location

São Paulo, Brazil

Employment

Sunbytes – Senior Back End Developer

Apr 2021 – present

  • Oracle Forms’ Applications

Software CompanySenior Back end Developer

Mar 2020 – Apr 2021

  • PHP Applications development using SCRUM and GIT

Previous Company – Senior Developer

May 2012 – Feb 2020

  • Full stack developer 
  • Team Leader 
  • Fully developed 4 big applications to schools and public companies 
  • PHP 7, CSS, JavaScript/jQuery, and MySQL frameworks

Software CompanyIntern

Oct 2009 – Oct 2011

  • Web development using PHP and Scriptcase

Get Tago for your team now.

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