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Zeno Rocha

Front-end Engineer

Hi, I’m Zeno. I am a Developer Advocate who works for an awesome company in Los Angeles, CA :)

Also co-founder of BrazilJS Foundation1, member at the Google Developers Expert Program2, host on Zone of Front-enders3 and graduated in Information Systems at UNIRIO4.

I used to work as a front-end engineer at Globo5, software engineer at Petrobras6 and consultant mentor at Papaya Ventures7. Now I’m at Liferay, Inc.8 working on different open source projects such as AlloyUI9.


  1. BrazilJS Foundation is a non-profit foundation with a mission to move and unify the JavaScript community in Brazil — Website | Twitter | Facebook

  2. Google Developers Experts (GDEs) are people in the developer community with widely recognized expertise in a specific technology, who demonstrate passion for this technology and care to share their knowledge and passion with the community. — Website

  3. Zone of Front-enders (or just ZOFE) is a podcast presented by me and Daniel Filho in portuguese. We usually talk about web development, front-end, etc — Website | Twitter | Facebook

  4. Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, commonly known as UNIRIO is one of the four federally funded public universities in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — Website | Wikipedia

  5. Globo is the main leader television network in Brazil. It’s the second-largest commercial TV network in annual revenue worldwide just behind American Broadcasting Company — Website | Twitter | Facebook | Wikipedia

  6. Petrobras is a multinational energy corporation headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is the largest company in the Southern Hemisphere by market capitalization and the largest in Latin America measured by 2011 revenues — Website | Facebook | Wikipedia

  7. Papaya Ventures is a startup Accelerator who believes passionately in the idea of accelerating digital startups in the Brazilian market — LinkedIn

  8. Liferay is an open-source company focused on enterprise portal technology. It began on 2000 as a personal project and had its code open-sourced on 2001. Since then Liferay Portal popularity grown a lot, with more than 5 million downloads and a vibrant community of more than 45.000 members. The company has its headquarters in Los Angeles, California and some affiliates around the world, including Brazil — Website | Twitter | Facebook | Wikipedia

  9. AlloyUI is a JavaScript framework built on top of YUI3 that provides a simple API for building high scalable applications — Website | Github | Twitter