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.
Investigating the Identification of Technical Debt through Code Comment Analysis
Springer International Publishing, (2017), 284-309