Originally published in NetMagazine
Like his fellow nominees for Young Developer of the Year in the net awards 2014, Brazilian Zeno Rocha may still be under 25 - but he’s not wasted any time. Alongside his day job as a front-end engineer at Liferay, he’s also the 22nd most active contributor on GitHub, contributed to HTML5Please and Yeoman, and is creator of BrowserDiet and Wormz. We chatted to him to find out more…
Since I joined GitHub on Sep 14, 2010 I’ve been creating open source projects like there’s no tomorrow. Several of them ended up being very easy to maintain but there are few which requires tons of energy.
Some of those projects are very important to the community and, in the last few months, I didn’t have time enough to take care of them the way they deserve. So I needed to fix that.
Fim de ano vai chegando e a gente começa a refletir sobre o que aconteceu e como podemos melhorar.
Publicado originalmente no Código Google
No mês passado mais de sessenta desenvolvedores de todo o mundo se reuniram na sede do Google em Mountain View, Califórnia, para dois dias de sessões técnicas aprofundadas com os principais engenheiros do Google. Neste ano, porém, tivemos pela primeira vez um brasileiro entre eles: Zeno Rocha acabou de se juntar aos Google Developers Experts a tempo de participar do encontro anual e teve a oportunidade de compartilhar conhecimento e idéias com vários engenheiros, product managers e developer relations do Chrome.
Last month I had the opportunity to be in the best event I've ever attended. Peter Lubbers and his team made an incridible job organizing the first Chrome Dev Summit for approximately 200 people in Mountain View and fortunately all presentations were recorded, so I picked some of my favorite ones to share with you today.
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