- UX/UI Design,
- Visual Art & Design
- Physical Health,
- Public Safety
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Earn money in 5 easy steps!
1. Sign up
2. Create a username and password
3. Include your email
4. Postal address
5. Get to scanning and get paid!
Most importantly (let's not forget), the 4 benefits of this recycling app are:
01 Prevents Pollution
02 Reduces waste sent to landfills and incinerators
03 Conserves natural resources
04 Creates jobs, which produces economic benefits
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Types of work that I do
Business & Marketing
What I do all day at work?
In the IT area, my education is grounded in Full Stack Web Development and I am currently solidifying knowledge in Computer Engineering. Over the last 8 years, I completed several specific trainings in IT Support (Google), Computer Programming, Systems Administration and Networking, Python and I am finishing a certified training in UX/UI. Over this period, I developed projects in a pedagogical context as a Full Stack Programmer. Since 2022, I graduated in SAP (PLM, PS and EPPM modules) and I have been working as an SAP Functional Consultant since January of this year. At the same time that I work in the IT area, I have been a PT-EN, FR and SP translator since 2014. I never fail to point out that technical knowledge can become empty if we do not attribute relevance to social and human knowledge and sensitivity. Therefore, my career would not have been possible if I had not completed a degree in History (2007), a postgraduate degree in Museum Studies (2008) and a degree in Educational Sciences (2014). All knowledge gives us the opportunity to choose what we want to be.
One of my main motivations is continuous learning along with multidisciplinary and such is reflected in my academic and professional path.
Therefore, it is in Computer Programming / Engineering that I feel I can be useful, creative and able to combine my personal interests and knowledge acquired.
Alongside the field of IT, I'm also a freelance Translator.
A gif that represents what I love the most about my job
A gif that represents my career path so far
The best piece of career advice I've ever received
"In meetings, remember that your facial expressions speak louder than words, so try not to look as confused as a penguin trying to fly when your boss drops an unexpected bombshell."
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