C# Developer in São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil
Member since June 24, 2012
Rodrigo is a Microsoft Certified Professional in .NET Web Applications with C#. His dual nationality makes him a valuable resource as developer in both Germany and Brazil. He has strong development and troubleshooting skills with a portfolio to match; his extensive list of well-known clients includes Nestlé, Chartis Insurance, and Casio Brazil. Today, he works at Samsung Latin America.
.NET Developer2012 - PRESENTSamsung Data Systems
Technologies: C#, SQL Server
- Improved existing Samsung core systems.
- Provided technical support to employees by troubleshooting issues.
- Developed a variety of new systems.
.NET Developer2011 - 2012HCL
- Developed tool for daily export of large data from SQL Server to ERP. Used Stored Procedures and Cursor.
- Developed financial system while at Nestlé (integrated into WCF).
- Worked on transferring of invoices and product requests for web services.
- Performed Database and Software Tuning, UML Documentation (Use Cases and Diagrams), Specification and Database Modeling.
- Worked alongside diverse team which included members from India, China, and the Philippines.
.NET Developer2011 - 2011PRODESP (Government)
- Worked on database tuning and development of internal systems.
- Improved refactoring, modeling, and prototyping of projects.
.NET Developer2009 - 2011INSPIRIT Systems
- Worked on prototyping for various internet banking clients.
- Developed intranets for various university clients.
- Performed use-case testing and UML, as well as data modeling and implementation of logistics systems.
.NET Developer2006 - 2009VISIBLE
- Developed eCommerce application.
- Contributed to management systems, including law magazine's web system.
- Maintained CASIO Brazil website.
- Worked on modeling and documentation.
- Carta Forense (Development)http://www.cartaforense.com.br
Website for most prominent law journal in Brazil.
- SQL Database Performance Tuning for Developers (Publication)Database tuning can be an incredibly difficult task, particularly when working with large-scale data where even the most minor change can have a dramatic (positive or negative) impact on performance. In mid-sized and large companies, most database tuning will be handled by a Database Administrator (DBA). But there are plenty of developers who have to perform DBA-like tasks; meanwhile, DBAs often struggle to work well with developers. In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Rodrigo Koch provides developers with database tuning tips and explains how developers and DBAs can work together effectively.
FrameworksASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Entity, ASP
StorageMicrosoft SQL Server, MySQL
- Bachelor's degree in Analysis and Systems Development2009 - 2012UNIESP - São Paulo, Brazil
- High School degree in Computer Science2003 - 2006Colégio Anchieta - São Paulo, Brazil