I have been a Ph.D. student at the Federal University of Bahia (Bahia-BR) since 2013, and I have been a professor at the Federal Institute of Sergipe (www.ifs.edu.br) since 2007. I have also been a Secretary of the Brazilian Computer Society - Region of Sergipe - since 2015 (http://www.sbc.org.br/29-secretarias-regionais/1527-sergipe). Additionally, I am an ERBASE steering committee member. ERBASE is a regional computer science congress in Brazil, aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students. My master’s degree at the Federal University of Alagoas (Maceió-BR) was finished in 2011; my specialization was completed, in System Analysis, at Candido Mendes University (Rio de Janeiro-BR) in 2003, and my undergraduate course (bachelor’s) at the Tiradentes University (Sergipe-BR) in 2001. I was a professor at the Sergipana College (http://www.faser-se.edu.br) from 2003 until 2009, and at the Tiradentes University (www.unit.br) from 2006 until 2007. I have worked in the software industry for more than ten years in a variety of roles, such as Software Developer, System Analyst, and Project Manager. I have experience in Computer Science, mainly in the Software Development area, focusing on Software Engineering, Text Mining, Software Evolution, and Technical Debt. I received a best student paper award and a best Ph.D. Project Award at the 18th ICEIS in 2016. Both awards are related to the internship project described below.