Daniel Cavalcante has been working as a developer for more than 15 years. He has worked on Frontend, Backend, and mobile development for companies in Brazil, United States and Europe. He graduated from journalism and always aspired to be a writer, but his interest in technology and the web led to a career as a self-taught developer. Working with advertising agencies in São Paulo he has created websites and applications for companies like Johnnie Walker, Mattel, and large Brazilian brands like Sadia. He has been a speaker at conferences like React CWB. For the past years, he has been working remotely for companies like Osmosis, an American startup that was acquired by Elsevier, world's largest scientific publisher. Currently, he provides consultancy (and talks about technology) through his company Lightcode.