He is the co-creator of Peleia, a table game derived from Stratego; editor of Pedro Pirata and Ilha dos Ninjas, children’s books; co-author, alongside his 8-y.o. nephew, of Capitão Théo, a children’s book; and the author of Coddiwomple, a collection of haikulikes.
Former: PMI REP Instructor and Consultant; InfoQ Brazil Editor; Contributor Scrum Alliance, MARKET Protocol, PMI-RS, Hacker Noon, DZone, Webinsider, InfoQ; IPF Brazil/RS Chapter Technical Director; TEDxLaçador co-organizer; Solutions Consultant IBM, Oracle, and Bizagi – among others.
An early advocate of distributed teams, he has been working remotely for about a decade. He is from Porto Alegre (BR), but these days he has been in
Buenos Aires (AR) Verona (IT) Paris (FR) Munich (DE) Bruxels (BE) Amsterdan (NL) Las Vegas (US) Bombinhas (BR) Mallorca (ES) Zurich (CH) San Marino (SM) DeLand (US) Taft (US) Fano (IT) Lyon (FR) Pattaya (TH) Phuket (TH) Bucharest (RO) Barcelona (ES) Andorra (AD) Tallin (EE) Cape Town (ZA) Saint Petersburg (RU) Helsinki (FI) Barcelona (ES) Dublin (IE) DeLand (US) Balneário Camboriú (BR) Garopaba (BR) Isla Mujeres (MX) Lake Elsinore (US) Puerto Viejo (CR) Santos (BR) Puerto Escondido (MX) Praia Brava (BR).
He is always up to grab a coffee to talk about anything, from game theory and behavioral economics to graphic novels and video games – so feel free to drop him a line at anderson[at]thiswebsitesdomain.