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Manoel Lemos

Manoel Lemos is the R&D and Technology Manager for Hypercom Latin America which uses Java as a fundamental tool in several projects, particularly in the National Health Card Project and Transactional Platforms. He has a special interest in distributed systems, P2P and mobile computing. He began playing with computers at age of eight and followed this passion for computers and technology through his graduation and post graduation in computer engineering. Today he works at Hypercom with transactional platforms and embedded applications for the transactional industry (credit and debit cards, benefits and loyalty applications, smart and contactless cards). As a hobby he used to dive with sharks and take underwater pictures (this is where the nickname SharkBoy came from).

 

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The sound of JAVA. Take a break and have some fun...

Posted by mlemos on January 17, 2005 at 11:18 AM PST

Last year, in JavaOne 2004 and in the brazilian event BrazilOne 2004 we presented a few multimedia JAVA projects.

More about JAVA and XML on the Brazilian National Health Card Project

Posted by mlemos on February 29, 2004 at 12:06 PM PST

The Brazilian National Health Card Project is a huge project with the objective of building a huge repository of clinical data for the Brazilian Health Care System. This project was constructed with the support of two fundamental technologies: JAVA and XML.

Mobile Photo Blog - Duke family in Brazil...

Posted by mlemos on November 18, 2003 at 8:26 AM PST

Hilarious!!! ;-) After JavaOne 2003, I brought the Duke trophy (Duke’s Choice Award for Massive Scale) to Brazil and I had a very nice surprise when I was returning to my office and saw a strange scene in the corner: a whole family of Dukes waiting to cross the street to visit their cousin.