Avelino Ferreira Gomes Filho

  

Developer, TRE-RJ

Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Certifications

Certified ScrumMaster
Certified Scrum Product Owner

Biography

I am software developer for over 10 years. I manage, or better, I am scrum master, product owner and team member in many software development projects. I love topics like IT Strategic Management, Agile Development and Planning, Software, Public Administration, Risk Management, among others.

Work experience

TRE-RJ - Tribunal Regional Eleitoral do Rio de Janeiro, Computer Programmer, System Analist, Project Manager, Scrum Master and Team
October 2007 - Present, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, United States
My first experience in a small “company” (less than 2.000 employees). Here I have the opportunity to be responsible for a lot of project, implement and use Scrum in as a whole.

SERPRO - Serviço Federal de Processamento de Dados, Software Development
March 2006 - October 2010, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, United States
The biggest Brazilian Software Development company. I learn a lot in there. In that company I had the first contact (and I still having it) with free software.

Casa da Moeda do Brasil, System Analist
December 2005 - February 2006, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, United States
My shortest job. In one month, using a pseudo extreme programming framework, my team was able to produce a software in less than one month.

Furnas Centrais Elétricas, Computer Helpdesk, Computer Programmer, System Analist and Project Manager
November 1998 - December 2005, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, United States
This was the beginning of my professional life. I started as a computer technician in a helpdesk sector of the company. One year later I moved myself to the Software Development Department as a computer programmer. After finishing my degree the department board promoted me to Software Annalist and after to Software Project Manager.

Articles I've written

Taking on a Project in Difficulties
Introduction Absent ScrumMaster, poorly defined requirements, inexperienced team, absent product owner, impossible goals. Sometimes things go wrong even with Scrum projects. This article describes my professional experience in replacing the Scrum...