My name is Davi Carvalho. Since 1990 I have been working in technology related companies: a central switch manufacturer (Zetax, Campinas-SP), research and development in software and hardware (FITec, Campinas-SP), telecommunications operator (Transit, São Paulo-SP), a global leader in telecommunicatons (Lucent Technologies/Bell Labs) and overseas experience at USA (Chicago, IL and Phoenix, AZ).
Currently I am CTO at Escala Informática. Escala was nominated by IBM the most important partner in Latin America (SOA and BPM). Prior to this position I was IT independent consultant. Until August/2010 I was head of development and process group in a software start-up (SaaS software as a service to financial market).
Until 2009 I was chief information officer (CIO) at a telecommunication company headquartered in São Paulo and offices in USA, Portugal and Japan.
I hold a MBA from INSPER/IBMEC São Paulo, graduation in Software Engineer (UNICAMP) and a Bachelor degree in Computer Science (BCS/Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil).
The qualifications that I would like to highlight are:
- Management of cross-functional teams: project managers, developers, network engineers, hardware engineers, software architects, testers, business analysts
- IT enterprise architecture
- Project management experience (PMI methodology)
- Practical SOA projects implementation: telecom, billing, SOA and SaaS (Software as a Service)
- 20 years experience in Telecom and TI (from software engineer to CIO)
- Software architecture background, including a IBM SOA certification
- Agile methodologies: SCRUM
- CMM implementation (CMM certified auditor)
- Negotiation skills (dealing with major IT players such as HP, IBM, Oracle etc)
- Experience in Telecom fields: TDM, NGN, VoIP, CDR mediators, Billing, DETRAF
- Enterprise systems: ERP, CRM
- Main software programming languages: Java, PL/SQL, C/C++, Perl, PHP, Phyton, C#
- Implementation of Local Numeric Portability (Portabilidade Numérica)
Since 2005 I write about SOA, BPM, RFID and other subjects related to technology in my personal blog: http://soasimples.com.