Edgard Zavarezzi, Software Developer in São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil
Edgard Zavarezzi

Software Developer in São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil

Member since August 17, 2016
Edgard is a front-end developer who has strong generalist skills as well. He has worked with the world's leading digital production companies over the years, delivering cutting-edge, award-winning projects to prominent clients such as Google NBC Universal, EA, Chevrolet, MTV, Facebook, Adidas, and LG.
Edgard is now available for hire

Portfolio

  • Jam3
    JSX, JavaScript, Redux, React, Webpack, Sass, CSS3, HTML5, Node.js
  • Unit9
    TypeScript, CoffeeScript, JavaScript, Gulp, Grunt, CSS3, Sass, HTML5, Angular...
  • Bucapé Company
    Amazon Web Services (AWS), Grunt, Objective-C, CSS3, Less, HTML5, JavaScript...

Experience

Location

São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil

Availability

Part-time

Preferred Environment

React, Webpack, Visual Studio Code, OS X

The most amazing...

...project I've worked on was a multiplatform, interactive scavenger hunt where players participated by using Street View to find clues scattered around the globe.

Employment

  • Senior Front-end Developer (Freelance)

    2016 - PRESENT
    Jam3
    • Developed an engaging and socially-integrated responsive web application for MTV Movie Awards 2016 using JSPM and ES6.
    • Helped develop a CMS for Facebook's Branding Resources Center using React.js as part of a mid-sized team.
    • Created an interactive hi-res image viewer for Google's Datacenter Murals Project using Node.js/ES2015.
    • Contributed to the production of a platform that allows the National Film Board of Canada to manage and present all its projects over different production phases using React and Redux.
    Technologies: JSX, JavaScript, Redux, React, Webpack, Sass, CSS3, HTML5, Node.js
  • Senior Front-end Developer (Freelance)

    2013 - PRESENT
    Unit9
    • NBC Universal wanted to create an interactive second screen experience showcasing the new SyFy series ‘The Magicians.’ The challenge on the technological side was building standalone games for each of the 13 episodes. Each game required different tech, like AngularJS, CoffeScript, SASS, HTML5 video, Canvas, WebGL, and CSS3 2D and 3D animations.
    • Created a responsive and interactive poll, translated for users from all around the world, using AngularJS. In the poll, Chevy posed the question to consumers: what would happen if you put down your phone and looked up?
    • Developed the Adidas Challenge: All or Nothing, an interactive scavenger hunt created to extend the hype beyond the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Players participated using Street View to find clues scattered around the globe. Each quest had its starting point somewhere in Brazil, with a clue leading them to their first checkpoint. Players are tested with football trivia and win the next clue in the quest, getting one step closer to the next checkpoint, if they answer correctly. This website was developed using BackboneJS.
    • Built Johnson's Baby "Hello, My Name Means," which captures real-time data from the world’s top social media sites to predict the future of a baby’s name. It is an HTML5 microsite that takes advantage of complex APIs to compile and analyze large data sets from several social sources. It shows you where the name has been, where it is now, and where it is going to be. It was developed using CoffeeScript and BackboneJS.
    • Created a site for dog food brand Cesar that enabled users to upload a photo of their dog and discover its breed. We used the Wolfram Cloud API to gather the data about each dog breed and AngularJS to present the results to the user in a fun and interactive way.
    Technologies: TypeScript, CoffeeScript, JavaScript, Gulp, Grunt, CSS3, Sass, HTML5, Angular, AngularJS, Backbone.js, Node.js
  • Head of Technology, Recomind App

    2010 - 2013
    Bucapé Company
    • Oversaw the entire cloud Infrastructure and application development of Recomind, a startup acquired by Buscapé in 2010. This was a very interesting period. Since everything was built from scratch, it allowed me to learn a lot about Infrastructure, scalability, back-end, front-end, and mobile development.
    Technologies: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Grunt, Objective-C, CSS3, Less, HTML5, JavaScript, PHP, Backbone.js, Node.js, Redis, NGINX, AWS

Experience

  • SyFy: The Magicians

    Created an interactive second screen experience showcasing the new SyFy series ‘The Magicians.’ The website aims to provide fans with a deeper understanding of what the characters and magic universe of Brakebills are like, unlocking special cult content every time an episode airs.

  • Adidas: Challenge - All or Nothing
    https://www.unit9.com/project/adidas-challenge-all-or-nothing

    Developed an interactive scavenger hunt created to extend the hype beyond the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Powered by Google for Adidas, the virtual quest was set in Brazil and players participated by using StreetView to find clues scattered around the globe.

  • Chevy: Looking Up

    Chevy: Looking Up invites users to answer a series of questions to see just how tech-attached they really are. At the end of the quiz, test takers were categorized as The Uncorrupted or The Obsessive, receiving either a warning or praise of how connected they really are.

  • Johnson's Baby: Hello, My Name Means
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtMiaUZkx-E

    What is the history of a name? How have people with that name lived in the past, and what would that name mean for your baby’s future? ‘Hello, My Name Means’ is a tool that answers those questions by capturing real-time data from the world’s top social media sites to predict the future of a baby’s name.

  • Cesar: Feed the Friendship

    Feed The Friendship is a mobile website developed for the brand Cesar. The website utilized the latest image recognition technology to identify a dog's breed and engage the user in a parallax animated story about the dog's breed origin and funny facts.

  • Talenti: Flavorize Me
    https://www.unit9.com/project/flavorize-me

    Flavorize Me allowed users to connect their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to a “flavorizer” that analyzes their posts from the past year to create a unique Talenti flavor. The keywords were processed on the back-end and displayed on the site as a WebGL animation that morphed into the shape and color of the newly generated flavor. Where the device does not support WebGL, an image fallback was used.

Skills

  • Languages

    HTML5, Sass, ECMAScript (ES6), HTML, CSS3, CSS, CoffeeScript, ES7, JavaScript, TypeScript, Less, Objective-C, PHP
  • Frameworks

    Redux, AngularJS, Angular
  • Libraries/APIs

    React, jQuery, Node.js, Three.js, WebGL, Backbone.js
  • Tools

    Babel, Webpack, JSX, NPM, Jira, Terminal, Adobe Photoshop, Grunt, PostCSS, Sublime Text, Git, NGINX, Gulp
  • Platforms

    MacOS, OS X, Visual Studio Code, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Other

    PSD to HTML, CSS3 Animation, AWS
  • Paradigms

    Agile Software Development, Scrum
  • Storage

    Redis, MySQL

Education

  • Research Grant for Development of Robotic Low-cost Systems in Robotics
    2001 - 2002
    PUC - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Technologist's Degree in Electromechanics
    1999 - 2001
    ETESC - Santa Cruz - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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