Kleber Carvalho has been working as a software engineer and software architect. He has studied Java since 1997 which is his main programing language, but he is also interesting in others programming language such as ANSI C/C++, Object C, PHP, Ruby and Python.
Kleber Carvalho has developed mobile applications for Android and iOS.
- I am graduated in Computer Science, in the year 2000.
- I have Lato Sensu post-graduation with the title of ” Java and Java Enterprise Edition Architecture Specialist “, in the year 2002.
- I have MBA with the title of “High Availability in Enterprise Architecture”, in the year 2010. This particular MBA was interesting because IBM tailored this course along with its major banking customer in Brazil. The course goal was study all IBM Architecture Servers such as IBM System x, IBM System p, IBM System i and IBM System z architecture.
- I have more than 12 year working Java technology. In 2005 I started to work for IBM as Senior Developer, and since 2008 I have worked as an Application Architect, where I am responsible to provide application development, technical leadership, support and Life Cycle Management for the most important IBM internal applications.
- I am member of GBS AS Brazil Web Technologies CoC, where I am responsible for interview candidates who have Web developing, Web Architecture and Mobile developing skill to work on IBM Brazil.
- I am an IBM Academic Ambassador, helping IBM Academic Initiative Brazil, working to create a maintain a link between IBM and Universities, spreading IBM technology in the Academic environment.
- I am doing Master Degree in Computer Science, in Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), on going. My major study area are Mobile and Cloud Computing.
- I’m a translator and technical reviewer for software development books which are translated to Portuguese. I worked on 17 books translated to Brazil, the last 4 books that I worked, 2 books are related to Mobile developing regarding Android, IOS and Web
- Struts in Action
- Linux Power Tools,
- Linux Kernel Development
- JavaServer Faces Programming
- EJB Cookbook
- How Tomcat works
- Hibernate in Action
- The UML Reference Manual
- J2EE Tutorial 1.4
- Core Servlets & JavaServer Pages (2nd Edition)
- Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI (2nd Edition)
- The Essential Guide to HTML5: Using Games to learn HTML5
- iOS 4 in Action: Examples and Solutions for iPhone & iPad