Hi, I'm Bruno.

I've helped over three million people be more intentional about their time and attention. I'm passionate about finding simple and efficient solutions that respect people's attention and protect their privacy.

In 2012, mindfulness improved my life, which got me into always trying to simplify, and in 2016 I started being intentional about privacy.

Currently I'm focused on Padloc and Zen Cron.

I solve problems.

I've built hundreds of apps and systems for businesses big and small, together with tiny and big teams, since 2003, and I've been working exclusively remotely since 2008. I've also managed and nurtured teams from 2 to 100+ remote engineers, with many different kinds of stakeholders. As a Founding Engineer and first Engineer a few times, I've achieved great success and "transformational impact", according to a previous employer.

From R&D to design, to database and systems architecture, DevOps, backend, frontend, TypeScript, JavaScript, Node.js, Deno, Python, Rust, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis, React, Vue, Lit, React Native, Electron, Tauri, cryptography, I've worked with too many things to list, and simply use them as tools to solve the most important problems a product or business has.

Engineer. Manager. Growth. Truly "full-stack".

As a generalist, I can wear all kinds of hats, from Product, to Growth, to Sales, to Marketing, to Manager, to (frequently) CTO, even if most of my experience has been directly related to Software Engineering. I focus on learning about and solving the most important problems a product or business has.

My coworkers often mention I'm prolific and proficient, and I think that's because I avoid sync work and can simplify complex tasks into daily iterations.

Been where, done what?

In the past, I was Zapier's first Developer Platform Engineer and helped Sunsama grow more than 10x, past profitability, while building the best remote company culture I've ever worked on, on many levels, as their CTO.

Open Source. Available.

I try to make sure I'm leaving the world better than I found it; give more than I receive. In technology, that means most things I build are open source or have their source available. You can easily find them on my GitHub.

For the services I offer (generally paid for, but not expensive), I'm happy to give you access for free if you need them and can't afford them. Just reach out.

Thanks for being here!