Ânderson stands for decentralization, free-culture, information open access, and global citizenship, and he is a bit obsessed with social contracts.

AKASHA Foundation full-time adventurer.

Contributor/volunteer BCN Hub, Mozilla, Ubuntu, and Tor Project, among others.

Creator of the table games Peleia, Figo, Inception, The Looter and the Watchman, x-Chess, and Parallel Echoes; and the Scratch game Paper Dungeons.

Editor of Pedro Pirata and Ilha dos Ninjas, children's books. Co-author, alongside his 8-y.o. nephew, of Capitão Théo. Author of Coddiwomple, a collection of haikulikes, Nonada, a collection of microfiction, and Alex e o ET, a story for (sic!) children.

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Previously: skydiving instructor; scuba diver master trainer; Ocean Quest Coral Reef Rehabilitation instructor; Project AWARE Ocean Conservation instructor; IPF Brazil/RS Chapter Technical Director; TEDxLaçador co-organizer; PMI REP Instructor and Consultant; InfoQ Brazil Editor; Solutions Consultant IBM, Oracle, Bizagi, and Orquestra; Contributor ETH Devs BCN, Scrum Alliance, MARKET Protocol, PMI Global, PMI-RS, Hacker Noon, DZone, Webinsider, InfoQ, Abrindo Horizontes, and VidaViva.

An early advocate of distributed teams, he has been working remotely for over a decade. He is from Porto Alegre (BR), but these days he has been based in Bombinhas(BR) DeLand(US) Taft(US) Fano(IT) Pattaya(TH) Phuket(TH) Bucharest(RO) Barcelona(ES) Cape Town(ZA) Saint Petersburg(RU) Barcelona(ES) DeLand(US) Balneário Camboriú(BR) Garopaba(BR) Lake Elsinore(US) Santos(BR) Praia Brava(BR) Bucharest(RO) Flops (BR).

He is always up to grab a coffee to talk about anything, from systems thinking to graphic novels and video games - so feel free to drop him a line at anderson[at][thiswebsitesdomain]. PGP Fingerprint: A6A3 440F A1BF 4064 781B 9F8B BFDD 95DD C2B5 A111