Humberto Rocha

Online Programmer | Quebec, Canada





  • Portuguese (Native)
  • English (Fluent)
  • French (Conversational)

Technical Skills

Ordered by proficiency


  • Python
  • C/C++
  • JavaScript
  • TypeScript
  • C#
  • Rust
  • Go
  • Elm
  • Haskell


  • Django
  • Django REST
  • FastAPI
  • .NETCore
  • Angular
  • Flask


  • PostgreSQL
  • MongoDB
  • MySQL
  • SQL Server

Server / Deployment

  • Fabric
  • Nginx
  • Docker
  • Bind
  • Upstart/Systemd
  • Puppet
  • Exim


  • Linux
  • ImGui
  • Webpack
  • RabbitMQ
  • Lets Encrypt

Soft Skills

Geek to learn new technologies
Passion to solve problems
Good at designing solutions
Great at mentoring newcomers
Love for coding and to write about it
Good decision maker and able to say no when necessary

Open Source


I’m a Software Developer with a solid background in architecture, development, support and automation of online solutions. I’m passionate about software development and always looking for ways to expand my knowledge.


Ubisoft Quebec City

Online Programmer | October 2019 to present

As an Online Programmer I’m responsible for creating, debugging, maintaining, and optimizing the online services for the game client, the servers, and also for its related tools.

Worked on:

  • Immortals Fenyx Rising | Online Team (Released in 2020)

February 2015 to August 2019

Lead Developer | July 2019 to August 2019

After passing the CTO title forward and preparing the team to my leave, I had the chance to give back my focus to coding by designing and developing the new structure to generate and renew certificates Let’s Encrypt, migrating from ACME V1 to V2, and also by adding support to wildcard certificates.

Chief Technology Officer | September 2017 to July 2019

By becoming CTO, I was encharged of all the company’s tech stack and manage the team. I lead the process of migrating the main product the newer version of Django and to transform its architecture into an API architecture with Django REST Framework as Backend and Angular as Frontend.

I also designed the new, billing system and the white-label system to the reseller business model. Now I ahead of the splitting of the main product intro independent services.

FullStack Developer | February 2015 to September 2017

At Configr I started as FullStack Developer working with Django as Backend and Django Template Engine and Bootstrap for the Frontend of the main product. My first task was to build ground up the company DNS manager by parsing the RFC 1035 into a user-friendly and automated tool that talks with the other products and builds the right DNS rules without the user having to understand DNS.

Also, I worked with the cloud automation by building, maintaining and fixing the automation and the deployment processes working with Puppet, Fabric, Nginx, Bind, Uwsgi, PHP-FPM, Upstart, Systemd among others.

Caixa Econômica Federal

Intern | August 2013 to August 2014

At Brazil’s federal bank I worked as an Intern developing a desktop application with C# to parse large amounts of data from the phone bills of all its agencies feeding the internal system responsible to run the internal validations.

I also worked maintaining some of the SQL Servers procedures and views of the internal system and then I was invited to work making the ETL process of a data migration project using Pentaho.


Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science

January 2011 to January 2015

A course where I could build a solid understanding of all aspects about computer science from the ground up.


Python Brazil Association Director

Technology Director | October 2017 to October 2019

The Python Brasil Association in an entity that works as an interface to promote Python communities across the country. I work as a volunteer elected by the council to maintain the association’s infrastructure (Websites, DNS, Email, Discourse platform, Github organization, and others).

Dorneles Treméa Prize

October 2018

The Dorneles Treméa prize is an award given every year at the Python Brazil Conference to members of the Brazilian Python community that keeps alive the spirit of collaboration, entrepreneurship, and commitment to the community. It was named in honor of one of the founders of the Brazilian Python community who sadly passed away at 2011.