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Caique Ponjjar

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Birthplace: Brazil

Caique Ponjjar is a professional with a technical background in Computer Science from the São Paulo Federal Institute of Education, Science, and Technology (IFSP) and is currently pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering at the Virtual University of the State of São Paulo (UNIVESP). During his participation in the International Physics and Culture Olympiad (IPhCo), he achieved an exceptional accomplishment by receiving the gold recognition for three consecutive years, from 2019 to 2021.In the context of mandatory military enlistment in 2022, he had a remarkable experience. During his military service, he led the development of the "Interactive Recognition Base" project. Using advanced technologies such as Python, OpenCV, and an Xbox 360 Kinect sensor, the project was able to identify gestures in a simulated scenario. His dedication and competence during this period resulted in a letter of reference and a project certificate granted by the Brazilian Army.Currently, he works as a web and mobile developer at Inovia, where he applies his skills and knowledge to practical projects. His contribution to the Inovia team has been valuable, standing out for his commitment and ability to tackle technical challenges with innovative approaches. Among his interests in development projects, he excels at addressing complex problems, conducting code reviews, and creating efficient and scalable solutions. Additionally, he adheres to fundamental principles such as SOLID, Test-Driven Development (TDD), Clean Architecture, and follows commit conventions and the GitFlow model, ensuring code sustainability and quality.Seeking to learn more about game development, in 2023, (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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