DIOGO NUNESSoftware dev/tester · Blogger · Photographer · Nice guy
Diogo Nunes is a Portuguese Master of Computer Science @ IST. His vision is to improve people's lives using technology. Moreover, Diogo weekly writes for his blog and has already published two books. His second passion is photography.
Java, Git, Maven, Design Patterns, Open Source, TDD
DCID is an online collaborative platform that enables an organization to collect, debate and vote ideas from its community. I developed this open-source platform for the Portuguese participatory budgeting initiatives, during an entrepreneurship programme.
Photography gives me the opportunity to discover places and people. With time, photography evolved into a passion, influencing me as I influenced it. I focus on capturing moments: a landscape, a facial expression, a detail. This is my vision, modest and realistic, colorful or colorless.
Digital photography, Image post-processing and manipulation, Lightroom, Photoshop
The Geeky Gecko
My personal blog features technology, photography, books, and life. I share my experiences so you can avoid my mistakes and leverage on my successes.
A post every Monday, lets you endure your weekday.
Wordpress, Copywriting, (Online/Social) Marketing, SEO
When I was a kid I didn't like reading and hated writing. As a teenager I wrote my first book! Currently I have three self-published books.
Beyond the gate, the first volume of a fantasy novel about the adventure of two young adults, discovering the world and themselves. Read the book ( reads)
A poetry book, a collection of poems divided in emotions and thoughts, written by a young pensive student. I wanted to prove poetry doesn't have to be unclear to be interesting. Read the book ( reads)
Portugal 2010, an analysis of Portugal's Education, Justice, Economy and Politics, exposing the main problems on each area and suggesting initiatives to mitigate them. Read the book ( reads)
Microsoft Word, Creativity, Book publishing, Negotiation
Pointing out what's wrong is not enough, we want to improve people's life. We want solutions and we're not waiting... we're creating them.
Code4PT's developers use open technology to solve what troubles the Portuguese society, afterwards releasing it to the world, like Code For America.
Forum de Leitores was created as an online meeting point for national writers and readers to share book reviews, publicize their works, and share ideas. It was shutdown after a year in favor of Amazon's Goodreads. No shame in that.