Docrb is an opinionated documentation generator for Ruby projects. It works by parsing source-code and comments preceding classes, modules, attributes, and methods, and generates a static website with its findings. Check Logrb’s documentation to see it in action.
go-giter8 implements a giter8 parser and renderer in Go.
Docuowl is a static site generator aimed for Documentation. It uses a clever layout also used by Stripe to generate beautiful and useful documentation based on Markdown files and a simple directory hierarchy.
Oxio is a snippet manager that allows quick copying contents to the clipboard. It is capable of recoverying from typographical errors using Levenshtein Distance and keep its contents in sync using an underlying Git repository.
POSKit was a suite of libraries responsible for abstracting all complexities involving Point of Sale transactions; libraries were responsible for handling credit card transactions leveraging EMV, cryptography, communication, hardware integration and more.
gh-auth adds an authentication layer using GitHub OAuth to static sites, useful to ensure only specific people have access for, say, a documentation subdomain.
An opinionated imports formatter which sorts imports into three categories:
- Built-in imports (
- Third-party imports (all your dependencies)
- Project dependencies
clsql provides a toolchain to work with databases and SQL for Clojure applications. It provides facilities to work with migrations and queries, allowing teams to have reproducible migrations and easier to maintain queries, leaving SQL out of Clojure.
Mesa.tool is an app that is part of the new MESA Platform. As the project’s tech leader, I supervised and mentored a team of awesome people during its development phases.
D3 was invited to build the new MESA Platform; This one is their Web Course, which allows anyone to become a MESA Leader. The course was exclusively designed and taught by MESA founder, Barbara Soalheiro, who invented the Method which has been used to successfully solve complex problems for companies and communities for over 7 years now.
Howe replaces MOTD with relevant information about the local server, like services, containers, and metrics of disk usage.
pull.md was an experiment that allowed people to pull information using
curl, for instance.
To allow users to create their refunds on-the-go, Zag also have a native iOS App.
Pine is a logging library for Golang. It outputs different formats based on a TTY availability. When available, output is augmented with emojis and colour. Otherwise, a parseable format is used.
gh is a terminal utility that allows you to use GitHub directly from the terminal. No more fiddling with the browser to create a new repository or managing teams.
Bedim is a small macOS utility that automagically blurs backgrounds when any window is present in your screen.
Zag is a platform that intended to allow employees to request refunds from their companies.
Plutus is a Zag subsystem responsible for syncing all iOS and Android clients. It allows users to use multiple devices, and access their data offline, syncing with the remote server when a connection is available once again.
We (at D3) were invited to build a pavilion for a Brazilian beer brand to host music, parties, DJ’s and shows. This pavilion was located in the Barra Olympic Park, the primary location for the stadiums in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The building had sensors distributed in strategic points in order to determine how agitated people were inside of it, which yielded to really nice animations following their behaviour. More information can be found over DesignBoom’s post.
For the 2016 Brazilian Valentines Day, I was invited by @zehf to collaborate on one of his ideas: a book composed by several metrics extracted from WhatsApp messages exchanged by couples. After attaching exported messages to an email message sent to a special address, our robots would parse, interpret and analyse them in order to build an illustrated book.
Twitter TestDrive was a platform being developed together with Twitter’s Brazil office, which will allow automakers to reach people willing to take a test-drive of any of their new models.
Small Go library that analyses images and extracts a background, primary, secondary, and detail colors, all suitable for reading.
OceanFlow was an iOS app that managed Droplets hosted on DigitalOcean. It has now been retired.
You can stash away text like URLs, canned responses, and important notes and then quickly copy them onto your clipboard, ready for pasting.
Giskard was the base framework of a bot used on D3 Estúdio. It was extensible through modules, and was capable of holding conversational contexts in order to acquire data that could be used in several metrics.
A Place to Departure was an interactive installation that used technology to connect people across the world. Using LIDAR sensors and transducers to reproduce a “touch” when two people toched the same spot of a window across the globe.
After Rdio announced its imminent shutdown, after being acquired by Pandora, we at D3 Estúdio hurried to develop a tool capable of exporting Rdio and Deezer playlists and collections to a Spotify account. Featured on Product Hunt.
DropletKit is an Objective-C wrapper for the Digital Ocean’s REST API.
FleetDash was an iOS dashboard used to monitor and control Fleet instances.
Fleet was responsible for scaling and controlling real-time processes on Bloom servers; together with a load balancer, it was capable of spawning and terminating processes based on server load and resource usage.
BBP consisted of an DbC protocol that defined all messages exchanged between clients on a Bloom environment. By using a custom manifest file, BBP can generate clean code on several languages, which makes the exchanged data cross-platform compatible. It replaced JSON structures and proven to be lightweight as the data quantity transmitted in Bloom’s networks increased.
Invited by the Horticulture Quality Centre from CEAGESP, we participated on the process of optimisation and digitalisation of Hortiescolha: a decision-making support program regarding fruits and greenery for the scholastic food service. See, every day teenagers and children of thousand of public schools throughout Brazil receive a lunch. It may sound simple, but the challenge and the complexity behind this fundamental activity is unimaginable for most of the population. We at D3 had the opportunity to learn and be part of this process, contributing to its improvement.
An interactive platform that allowed thousands of people to be part of Brazil’s Carnival through sort of a social game.
Generates a fingerprint given an SSH public key (without ssh-keygen or external dependencies).
GitHub’s text editor written in HTML5.
A campaign promoting Skank’s (a Brazilian band) new clip made entirely of vines. A user could be part of it by tweeting a vine using a specific hashtag. The vine was then processed and attached to the original clip, generating a brand new one, that was sent back to the user.
Bloom was an oncoming digital events platform. It allowed people to make cashless payments before Apple/Samsung Pay, and helped live events get even better. It was widely used in 2015’s Rock in Rio, and had a great acceptance among its users.
Dead simple Gravatar URL generator.
Open-source IDE developed by Adobe (and contributors) aimed to web development.
Ruby implementation of GitHub’s new Identicons.
Closed-source utility written by GitHub that allows non-familiarized with Git’s command-line tools to use the service through a clean user interface. This contribution required some reverse-engineering, since the project is closed source (but yet was a contribution 😎). Replaced by the Electron version in 2016.