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Wallacce Correa
Executive Member

DEC as Data Analysis Specialist, with more than twenty years of experience in the field of computer graphics and video production. My experience as a technician, teacher, and administrator has allowed me to be efficient, cooperative, committed and ethical.

Education

2020 – LaSalle College -DEC

DEC as Data Analyst Specialist – Montreal - QC - Canada

2017 - FTSA - South American Theological Faculty  - Bachelor’s degree

Science of Religion and Theology · Londrina – PR  - Brazil

2013 - Theological Seminary School of Pastors – Bachelor’s degree

Theology – Niteroi – RJ - Brazil

Federal Fluminense University UFF - Philosophy -  Niterói – RJ – Brazil

2011 - Incomplete – Philosophy never ends

 

My hobbies are related to arts, literature, and poetry. So, I play bass, I write romance stories and tons of poems. They are mostly in Portuguese, the language that I master.

Some of my video related skills are Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, XD, Corel Draw, and some audio post-production software.

Programming Skills: C#, HTML, CSS, PHP, ASP.net, MVC, P/SQL, and now Angular

Another skill that I learned with John Rambo is, “To eat things that would make a billy goat puke!”. Surely, this is not the right place for this amazing skill

 

I am Brazilian, married, with four children, three of them are adults. Yes, I started soon.  Three things that I have learned in my whole life are, Obi-Wan is the best Jedi ever, Pepsi, definitely, is better than Coke, and that nobody is perfect. Although, as this last statement was produced from an imperfect person, I still insist on delivering my tasks as perfectly as I can. This puts me into the company of those systematic people who really care about details and quality. Nowadays I’m figuring out how to merge design, programming, and philosophy in the same package… what you would call UX and UI designer. For me, beauty and functionality should always be together. Actually, this is the fourth thing that I have learned in my life.