Thiago Lima

Thiago Lima

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About me

AWS Solutions Architect / Specialized in Java, Node, Python and React

Thiago Pinto de Lima, AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional / Scrum Master, works with AWS, Java, Node and Python have knowledge in technologies such as AWS, Java, Node, Python, React, REST APIs, Spring MVC (Thymeleaf), Spring Boot, Maven and Gradle, also have experience with Git, SCRUM (ScrumMaster) and JIRA.

My Skills

  • AWS
  • Docker
  • Continuous Integration
  • Java EE
  • JPA/Hibernate
  • Spring (Boot)
  • React/Bootstrap/Node
  • Linux/Docker
  • Node/Python
  • DevOps/Boto3

curriculum vitae


FGV - Fundação Getulio Vargas

M.B.A in Project Management

2 Year(s)

Oct 2015 - Mar 2017

Master of business administration focused in project management, PMBOK and PMI.

Mobile Cloud Computing with Android Specialization

Maryland & Vanderbilt University

11 Month(s)

Jan 2014 - Dec 2014

Specialization focused in android and cloud computing concepts being built with spring on top of AWS services.


Tecnologo em Sistemas para Internet

6 Year(s)

Jun 2008 - Dec 2014

Computer Science bachelor degree focused in web applications.

Work Experience

Java Engineer


9 Year(s)

Apr 2015 - Present

Researching and developing an ERP in Nuclear Medicine Arena. In this project We are using Spring, JSF, Hibernate/Postgres, Maven and bootstrap 3/Jquery. For the app servers we started using wildfly on top of Linode VPS. I have just migrated the whole application to AWS. For that I had to redesign many components of the application to work with AWS services. The whole application configuration is now externalized in S3, so we just set environment variables when deploying to elastic beanstalk. This way it's much easier to deploy a instance for each client having common configurations shared and database credentials set as env variables. Right now I'm starting working in a continuous integration environment to make the stack even better.

Java Engineer

Pacto Mais

3 Month(s)

Jan 2015 - Apr 2015

Worked with Java Spring based applications in the pharmacy arena. The two major systems are and The first one is responsible for scanning and keeping prescriptions available to the pharmacies. Those pictures are uploaded to amazon S3. The second system works sending notifications to patients with information about the medicine they're taking, like advising them when it's close to finish their treatment or when is the time to buy another box of the same medicine. All the systems in the company are Spring based applications, built with hibernate, maven and JSF on top of AWS stack. Before I leave the company I have started developing a new app of "Lembre do remedio" for Android. I'm still working for them as a freelancer, both in this app and as a consultant in other areas like servers infrastructure, AWS services, etc.


Super Cloud

12 Year(s)

Oct 2012 - Present

Super Cloud is my personal brand where I had developed many projects as a freelancer. Those projects can be seen at the portifolio section of this website.



1 Year(s)

Nov 2011 - May 2012

Participated in the Software Residency program promoted by CESAR and sponsored by Datacom which had the purpose of training professionals to work in the Datacom’s R&D department. Software Residency is a kind of training program that combines formal teaching and deep practice (based on Medical Residency). This one was focused on software development for Metro Ethernet Switches, using C, Linux, raw sockets, Pthreads, GNU Make, Git and Scrum. Performed the role of developer that worked with a team that implemented LLDP-MED (Link Layer Discovery Protocol-Media Endpoint Discovery) and designed and implemented LRP (Loop Recovery Protocol) [1], designing software architecture, specifying tasks, coding and revising code. Researched technical standards, such as TIAs, RFCs, IEEEs, and US Patents. [1] LRP is a proprietary protocol designed from scratch, in that residency, to detect loops in layer 2 networks.