I was born in this small town called São Paulo (which you probably never heard of, anyway) to my parents (not yours) in July of 1989. I was very little, cute and thin then, something I'd never be again after just a few short years and too much strawberry pie. And it was the time when I was the smallest I'd ever be.
The first place I ever studied was called Novo Nascente, a small school that was replaced by a very beatiful building just a few years later, because we care a lot about education. I switched to a bigger school called Liceu Pasteur, where I was supposed to learn french, but ended up learning robotics instead.
The equivalent of Middle School and High School were quite fun for me, actualy. With my friends in the informatics extra-curricular activites I was able to enjoy awesome afternoons playing with the most awesome toy in the world, which would later become my work tool.
At the age of seventeen and a half I got into college at IME-USP for a major in Computer Sciences... and some of the best times in my life, like that time when I won a book for being in the Top 5 algorithms in the course Introduction to Algorithm's Development, a course that I would later participate as student-monitor (teacher's assistant) for Poli-USP and come to realise that computer scientists are better than engineers.
Latter on, I decided I hadn't had enough of college and decided to proceed to an MD in logics, as if I wasn't logical enough, and completely annihilate any chance I had of ever being normal again. (I say it like I ever had such chance... oO)
During this whole story I met Claudivan, Tiago, Alberto and Victor and we decided to make our own business. With that purpose in mind, we started developing Profes, which you should visit, register, subscribe and pay us, because it's getting awesome.
Profes or, how we call it now, Portal Profes is a marketplace of online live private tutoring classes, where private tutors can advertise their work and find students to teach through the internet.
It's too long already, I'll finish it later...