Quirky at mind. Open by heart. Explorer of curiosity.
I have had an interest in IT ever since I built my very first website back in 2007.
Initially, I merely wanted to share my curiosity about the world by creating a site with my personal experiences from the places I had visited, people I had met, cultures enjoyed.
It has been a never-ending edification ever since inside the world of programming and the surrounding world itself. I like the freedom it can give and the doors it can open without necessarily being limited to a specific place.
With our current technology, I feel that everyone deserves to expand their horizons whenever possible while being more efficient and beneficial to all.
Fluent in written and spoken English/Danish, including pre-intermediate conversational in Portuguese.
My main skills are within the IT section with more than 10 years of experience, in addition to several certifications, along with an IT associate degree.
I do prefer people over IT, anytime. The best life balance for me would be to combine it with my curiosity about the world and apply it where I can and maybe even in a more firsthand way to the less fortunate.
Up until late May 2020, I lived in São Paulo, Brazil where I had been working as an independent English tutor since December 2016. When our unfortunate worldly crisis happened, I decided to start evolving myself further and look into other areas, such as IT technician - Python automation, where there seems to be a growing need with many available functions in a constantly changing industry.
I have relocated to Tallinn, Estonia but remain open to opportunities.
Things you might be asking:
Do you have attention to detail?
Based on my background as a web developer it is a skill I know well and a feature I rely on when creating websites/designs and debugging error codes.
How do you work in a team(s) / Independently?
I am capable of adapting quickly to new faces/personalities – work ethics and have also worked independently for a large amount of my life.
How do you feel about repetitive work?
Most jobs are repetitive, some more than others.
It is a necessary role in any job function.
My last job was very repetitive and so is my job now, and even though they are completely different work environments and areas. I like it.
- Troubleshoot software and hardware, Network, LAN, WLAN. User Identity Management in Office 365 and Adobe.
- Troubleshoot O365 applications via end-user and connectivity on network share drives.
- Administer active directory with permissions/groups.
- General guidance on user self resolution to basic issues.