Hello there! I'm Pablo Diehl, I'm a software analyst/developer, agile and web enthusiast, currently working at Azion Technologies.
Here you can see some cool stuff I've made during my life.
If you want to keep in touch about what I'm doing, you can follow me on Twitter!
Recently I've been developing many different Lua libraries for Nginx/OpenResty.
I'm member of the team which is responsible for developing Azion's Edge Computing solutions, which includes Edge Functions and Edge Security.
I was in charge of designing and develop a platform for functional tests of Azion's CDN and Edge Computing solutions.
I work developing improvements and new functionalities for Azion's configuration dashboard.
A platform which generates web server templates, it's written in Python.
A Node.js application that monitors a custom hardware, the user has the possibility to monitor in real time the consumption of water and electricity of his/her residence.
A PHP platform for monitoring machines, generating charts and reports. It has a version for the control of water and gas consumption of condominiums.
Written in Lua and developed in partership with Kael Fraga, a great friend of mine, Zuli is a 2D platformer where you command a magical albino bat. Here I not only worked as a developer but also as level designer.
A reimagination of the famous Flappy Bird, once again developed in Lua (using the Löve framework), in partership with my friend Kael. This game was developed in 48 hours as part of a Gamejolt's Jam.
My final graduation project, Tri-Lua is a game (or sort of) that allows you to learn the basic aspects of programing logic. Unfortunately it's not published on the web anymore.
Another game developed in partnership with my buddy Kael Fraga. Diguin is an endless "flyer", where you take control of Diguin the Hummingbird, and must try to collect flowers, while avoinding enemies. This game was developed in one week as part of another Gamejolt's Jam.
A simple and colorful planning poker tool, build using Mithril.js and Stylus, for the web. It can be very handy for you to use in Scrum meetings.
For some time I was an active member of the Mozilla Support community (SUMO), answering to questions about Firefox and Firefox OS, as well as having translated a few articles from Mozilla's support into Portuguese.
Recently I've been helping to translate many Mozilla's products and campaigns into Portuguese.