The project was completed by using only one circuit board, transistors, resistors, copper wires, switches, LED bulbs and a 9-volt battery, ordered by Professor Erwin Alexander Ulman in the first semester of Computer Science. Where the ultimate goal was the basic functioning of a computer.
The project was completed in 4 months, and later was on display at Guarulhos University for a while, being the only one of the class to be completed and going to the exhibition.
The calculator could do binary sum calculations and result in binary numbers of up to 3 bits.
I am a focused, productive, attentive and self-taught young man. With initial technical training in Web Master and 3D digital graphic art. After high school, I graduated in English from Wizard language school, and learned a lot from American culture by traveling to the United States in 2013. Soon after that, I started teaching English basics in São Paulo until 2014, when I received my first great opportunity working in a multinational company called Xerox.
Self-taught in programming logic, in 2015, I started my studies in college, studying Computer Science, in the largest and most well-known university in my city, in Guarulhos. And in the meantime, I received another great opportunity, to intern in the company responsible for the whole São Paulo's traffic, CET - Companhia de Engenharia de Tráfego (Traffic Engineering Company), working in the Systems Development Department.
Prepared and dedicated, I know I'm ready to take the next step forward!