Matheus is the proud Co-founder and CTO of Deployed Ltd., a tech start-up set to disrupt the way we think about work in the 21st century.
Throughout his 17 years of experience in the technology industry, Matheus Guimaraes worked with many technologies until he affiliated closely with Microsoft.
In more recent years, Matheus served primarily as hands-on Technical Lead and Chief Architect, specializing primarily in leading Digital Transformation Programs. His passion for troubleshooting companies from the enterprise down to departments, teams and individual levels has led him to help many companies of different sizes transition their business to modern cloud-based architecture using Microsoft Azure and the .Net stack.
In 2015, Matheus became a certified Xamarin Consulting Partner becoming heavily involved with the technology prior to the acquisition by Microsoft. He even worked as a technical reviewer for books including “Xamarin 4 By Example” published by PACKT on September 2016.
He is involved with games design and programming through his Super Gamer Bot brand which has seen the releases of multiple iOS and Android mobile games using Unity.
: London, UK
: British and Brazilian
Castle TrustJune 2018 - December 2018
MoonpigSept 2015 - June 2016
Aqovia Ltd.Oct 2014 - June 2015
CharityJobJan 2014 - Aug 2014
Contemi Consulting Ltd.Sept 2007 - Sept 2008
Loud InternetJuly 2002 - Dec 2003
Co-founder and CTOJanuary 2019 - Present
PRS for MusicJune 2016 - June 2018
Fetch Ltd.July 2015 - Sept 2015
Daily MailJune 2013 - Sept 2013
Big Pink November 2009 / Dec 2011
Research Machines PlcDec 2006 - June 2007
Early adopter of Microsoft Azure with experience across many of its services including Storage, Service Bus, CDN, Active Directory, Traffic Manager and others.
Architecture of small or enterprise web-based, mobile or hybrid systems including familiarity with patterns such as ETL, SOA, Microservices, MVC/MVP/MVVM and others.
Experience with various data store types including RDMS, NoSql and Triplestores such as Microsoft SQL Server, ElasticSearch, Apache SOLR, DocumentDB, RavenDB, BrighStarDB, EVN and Marklogic.
Drive the whole software development process through Agile practices following SCRUM or Kanban methodologies acting as Scrum Master or Product Owner.
Development for IOS, Android and Windows phones and tablets with Xamarin including unified UI using XAML via Xamarin.Forms and mobile app testing via Xamarin Test Cloud.
Years of experience and mentor of practices such as TDD, BDD, Mocking, ORM and design patterns such as Dependency Injection using various IOC containers such as Autofac, Castle Windsor and Ninject.
Configure ad implement Continuous Integration with tools such as TeamCity, CruiseControl.Net or Visual Studio Online and Continuous Delivery through tools such as Octopus or Git Deploy.
By email@example.com | 17 Sep 17
Streaming Assets can be a great location to store your custom data files, especially those precious jsons used for loading
By firstname.lastname@example.org | 15 Sep 17
version Unity 2017.2 Raycasting is actually pretty simple. You pick a point in your worldspace and instruct Unity to cast
By Matheus Guimaraes | 22 Feb 16
I ran into some problems when installing the latest update to Xamarin 4. Whenever the installer popped up it would crash right after loading up and say something like “Drive F: not found”. Now, to be clear, the source of this problem is not necessarily linked to the Xamarin installer as this is known to […]
By Matheus Guimaraes | 02 Feb 16
ok, at present, this information is as difficult to find on the web at the moment as it is stupidly simple. if you google you most likely are going to come across solutions that new up a ResourceManager class based on a full namespace and an assembly name and most likely you may have run into […]
By Matheus Guimaraes | 11 Jan 16
Sometimes when restoring SQL Server databases, particularly from one machine to another, you may end up with orphaned users. These are users who don’t have any log ins associated with them. This happens because usernames are stored internally against unique ids called SIDs which are generated much like GUIDs. If those ids don’t match then SQL […]
By Matheus Guimaraes | 08 Oct 15
Let me just start this post with a question : why is this still so hard?? Moreover, WHY does it only keep getting harder??? I don’t know what the XCode team are thinking, but the whole point of having your provisioning profiles managed by XCode is that it should make things simple and automagic. Well, […]