I taught myself how to build webpages in 1998 (without the aid of google lol), since then I've been up to date with all HTML evolutions and the adition of CSS as well. I consider myself an enthusiast, in love with webpaging :)
I've coded in a lot of languages, but when I migrated to OOP I found in C# the best environment to work on. On my current job I deal with it all day and our main system is very interactive built with WPF-MVVM standards, It's a major audio player (aka automation system) here in Brazil and we are planning to expand to US this year because we got a lot of excelent feedbacks. It's a critical mission software (if it crashes the radio station go silent) so it is a robust and reliable program.
I have deep understanding on MS SQLServer insides and how to use it the best way. I know the perks of using mapping frameworks like EF and how to avoid performance issues. Most of people does not have the knowledge of how a database really works and how to use it to its most, sometimes we forget how powerful they are and end up with slower applications.
I consider myself very new to MVC, Webapi, routing and so on, that's why I selected ".Net" and "C#" as different expertises. I know how to use .Net's core features, and how to make things work correctly, also some best practices and standards. Whenever I face a problem I try to find the best way to solve it and use any tools I find necessary to do so.
I've been in love with this framework since it was first released, I was already building SPAs with jQuery before it and when it arrived I was in heaven. I have advanced understanding on it, but the most valuable knowledge I have about working with Angular (imho) is how to use the correct architecture for each case and keep the code simple and clean.
I use Visual Studio on a daily basis, have a lot of experience on how to best use it and integrate it with Team Foundation Server (on premises or cloud) and how to organize the workflow to meet agile principles.
Visual Basic was my programming language debut, with it I was able to build my first commercial applications. Nowadays I only get maintenance requests, I may be a bit rusty, but I think I still can be useful with it on the first 15 free minutes sessions.
Angular 2 QuickStart - source from the documentation
Could've been better
A top mentor here, very glad I've crossed paths and look forward to more sessions in the future.
Nov 16, 2016
Great, he was very helpful and fast.
Nov 16, 2016
Top guy, great at explaining in basic terms.
Nov 14, 2016
Very helpful sessions Lucas taught me a lot about Angularjs
Nov 02, 2016
Wow, Lucas grasps the code in-front of him quickly, and then explains his steps and logic clearly and slowly while coding live. I very much liked his style and do recommend him to anyone who needs help!
Oct 12, 2016
It was my first time on codementor and I really like it. Lucas was very helpful and very friendly !! It took about 30 min to fix a problem I'd been trying to solve since a few days !! Thanks !
Sep 15, 2016
Excellent experience! Very knowledgeable and explained everything in detail. Definitely an asset to code mentor site.
Aug 21, 2016
Wow! I've worked with many mentors on Codementor, and this guy is one of my favorites! He's super-cool and humble, and he really knows his stuff when it comes to AngularJS. Lucas will be my first choice for future Angular issues!
Mar 29, 2016
Excellent provider, very good communication and helpful. I will work with Lucas again.
Mar 24, 2016
Fantastic mentor, I'm likely to request a long-term mentorship with Lucas.
Mar 20, 2016
Lucas helped me out solve my problems and gave me some references which will help me out in the future.
Feb 20, 2016
Lucas is providing me with excellent on-going help.
Jan 21, 2016
Jan 17, 2016
Very helpful & easy to understand. Highly recommended.
Jan 16, 2016
Lucas was excellent in providing ideas for design improvement and he has good knowledge of the backend and frontend..I highly recommend him ..
Jan 14, 2016
Lucas easily understood my Angular issue and got to work right away in creating a solution and gave me pointers at the end of the session to lead me in the right direction going forward. Highly recommended.