Who am I?

Hi, my name is Amaury. I'm a B.Sc. in Computer Science and a M.Sc. candidate at Federal University of Campina Grande. My research focuses on the analysis of software development projects metrics. My goal is to assist the managers on the decision making process. I'm also a Software Engineer at Embedded Systems and Pervasive Computing Lab, developing Android applications for Sony Mobile Communications.

About Me


I'm a software engineer who likes to solve problems by proposing smart and efficient solutions. That's why I'm very interested in algorithms in general. I feel more comfortable using the agile methodology as the process of software development. I like to prevent rework.

Since 2008, I'm a Python and Java programmer. Over the years, I had some jobs and worked in several projects, so I had the opportunity to learn new languages (e.g. JavaScript, Ruby, HTML and C) and techologies (e.g. Android, Node.js, Django, Rails, Git and others). If you want, you can download my resume.

I've been a linux user for several years and enjoy contributing to Open Source whenever I can. I'm also a proud member/co-founder of CGHackspace, a Hackerspace located at Campina Grande, PB, Brazil. There we do some great stuff by ourselves. Of course, if you want, you're welcome to contribute.


Here you will find a few projects I made with some friends at CGHackspace.



A version of Tone Matrix where the input is kinect's depth detection. Source.

OpenNI + PyOpenNI

A simple kinect hand tracker, which set the speed at a song that is playing. Source.


Software Engineering Intern

Google Inc. (May 2015 - August 2015)

Interning at Google Docs team, working on the Android Docs application.

Software Engineer

Embedded Systems and Pervasive Computing Lab (February 2014 - April 2015)

Mobile software development for Sony Mobile Communications. Using: Android, Node.js.

Google Code-In Mentor

Copyleft Games Group (November 2014 - January 2015)

Helped Google Code-In students to perform some Python, Android, Genie and HGBot tasks on the context of PySoy project.

Software Engineer

E.life (October 2012 - March 2013)

Development of Buzzmonitor: a web-based low cost software to collect and classify data from social media and to interact with users. Worked mainly on the Social CRM module. Used: Ruby on Rails, CoffeeScript, AngularJS.

Google Code-In Mentor

Copyleft Games Group (November 2012 - January 2013)

Helped Google Code-In students to perform tasks related to PySoy project, mainly on modules core and libsoy.

Google Summer of Code Student

FOSSLC (May 2012 - August 2012)

Contributed to an open source project through the Google Summer of Code 2012 program. Made Freeseer, a screencasting application suite, deployable cross-platform. Used: Batch, VBScript.

Software Developer

Software Practices Laboratory (September 2011 - May 2012)

Development and Tests of e-Pol: a web information system that aims to automate the whole investigation process of Brazilian Federal Police Department, allowing the Federal Police to speed up its investigations. Used: Java, JSF, Hibernate.

Google Summer of Code Student

Python Software Foundation (May 2011 - August 2011)

Contributed to an open source project through the Google Summer of Code 2011 program. Worked on PySoy project: a 3D Cloud Game Engine for Python. Implementation of some data types and structures to be provided by PySoy (e.g. Size, Point3D, Point2D and Scrollable Widgets). Used: C, Genie, Vala.

Software Engineer Intern

E.life (July 2010 - July 2011)

Development of web-based tools for information monitoring and CRM actions in social networks for a social media monitoring company. Used: Java, JavaScript, JSP.


If you'd like to get in touch, please feel free to send me a message whenever you want. Alternatively, you can send an email directly to amaurymedeiros@gmail.com