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Tony Calleri França, JavaScript Developer in São José dos Campos - State of São Paulo, Brazil
Tony Calleri França

JavaScript Developer in São José dos Campos - State of São Paulo, Brazil

Member since November 28, 2014
Tony is a professional software engineer capable of web development--especially with AngularJS and Django--and creating simple architectures for complex problems. He can motivate, teach, and influence people to be better programmers, design and understand business processes, improve a team's development process, and automate your build/deployment pipeline.
Tony is now available for hire



  • Architecture, 10 years
  • JavaScript, 10 years
  • Agile Software Development, 7 years
  • PostgreSQL, 4 years
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS), 4 years
  • Python, 3 years
  • Django, 3 years
  • AngularJS, 2 years
São José dos Campos - State of São Paulo, Brazil



Preferred Environment

Git, Django, Vue.js

The most amazing... source project I've worked on is, a crowdfunding platform for open source projects.


  • CTO

    2013 - PRESENT
    • Led the architecture of the company’s main product: the QMágico platform, a learning management system based in AngularJS (lots of it), Appengine, and Django. QMagico is the first “real” startup (with a kind of a Silicon Valley “vibe”) that I worked at.
    • Prepared and presented tech talks to the team (programmers and other).
    • Helped set the company’s engineering culture, and sometimes wore a product/project manager hat as well.
    Technologies: Django, Appengine, AngularJS, AWS
  • Architect/Developer

    2009 - 2013
    P2D and Touch Health
    • Led the architecture at P2D and Touch, healthcare information systems companies and partners in business. Their main product, P2D Prontuario Universal, was my responsibility.
    • Created and evolved the processes and tools for configuration management and continuous deployment.
    • Improved the architecture of products, tools, and processes.
    • Built freedomsponsors (see Experience) and started to develop a preference for Python over Java.
    Technologies: Java, JEE, Adobe Flex
  • Architect, Manager, and Developer

    2007 - 2009
    Zilics Vale
    • Coordinated a new unit for Zilics in Sao Jose dos Campos. Zilics developed healthcare information systems that aim to improve quality for the patient.
    • Ensured that the unit delivered results and met deadlines, not only as a team manager, but also as an architect and developer. It was a great challenge.
    • Used a lot of Java/JEE Technologies like JSF, JPA, Hibernate, Spring, JasperReports, and a bunch of fancy JavaScript/AJAX components based on Dojo.js.
    • Contributed vital efforts to the development of a complex archetype-based medical records system.
    Technologies: Java, JEE, JSF
  • Architect

    2007 - 2007
    Stefanini IT Solutions
    • Coordinated the work of a team of interns. It was very challenging because everyone else was working part time with little schedule predictability.
    • Developed small modules that were part of big web applications.
    • Managed the team, architected, designed, and programmed software--I did a little bit of everything.
    Technologies: Java, JEE, Struts, Hibernate, JPA, JavaScript, AJAX, Spring, Maven, Continuum
  • Programmer

    2005 - 2007
    • Developed and supported development efforts using Java and Websphere technologies.
    • Dealt with Java programming using asynchronous messaging.
    • Introduced source code management (SVN).
    • Reported directly to clients, managers, and other stakeholders in India and the US.
    • Took part in the biannual Disaster Recovery exercise in New Jersey (2006).
    Technologies: Java, Websphere, Lotus Notes
  • Programmer/Analyst

    2004 - 2005
    • Programmed and configured software in Websphere for Telefonica (now known as VIVO), Brazil's main telephone operator at the time. We built GAUDI, an integration system to communicate legacy systems and the Oracle eBusiness Suite.
    Technologies: Java and Websphere


  • Graphs in WebGL (Development)

    This is an engine that can draw graphs in 3D space, using natural repulsion and attraction rules. The resulting structures look like molecules.

  • FreedomSponsors (Development)

    FreedomSponsors is a crowdfunding platform for open source projects. Powered by Django.

  • Djangular (Development)

    A Django and AngularJS starter app with a lot of good practices and desirable architectural features on it. Watch the video linked on the Readme; it may be very useful if you're a web developer.


  • Languages

    Python, JavaScript
  • Frameworks

    AngularJS, Django
  • Paradigms

    Agile Software Development
  • Other

  • Platforms

    Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Storage



  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering
    1999 - 2003
    ITA - Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica - São José dos Campos - SP - Brazil
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