Allysson Santos

Senior Software Engineer at Maximizer

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Allysson is a Brazilian software engineer. He currently lives in Burnaby, Canada, where he works for Maximizer as a senior software engineer.

His interest in programming started back in 2009 when he created his own blog about Naruto which taught him HTML, CSS, and a bit of PHP, he maintained the blog and a few others until 2012. Three years later, he entered a tech course at an university in his hometown, a couple of months later he was hired for his first tech job and since then he is deep diving into tech.

Fast-forward to now, he became an experienced professional with strong knowledge of C# and .NET and has hands-on experience with microservices, distributed systems, containers, event sourcing, DDD, CQRS, continuous integration, continuous delivery, and cloud technologies.

He is currently focusing his learnings and practices on software architecture, scalability, high performance, and design patterns for enterprise applications.


The experience he gained throughout his career has given him the ability to provide the right solution to achieve the business objective. Allysson is a highly motivated and results-oriented individual who is deeply concerned about high-quality software and user experience.

  • Senior Software EngineerMaximizer • Vancouver, Canada
    Jul 2021 - Present
  • Senior Software DeveloperLuxoft • Kraków, Poland
    Nov 2019 - Jul 2021
  • Software DeveloperCEABS Serviços • Curitiba, Brazil
    Sep 2018 - Sep 2019
  • Software • Curitiba, Brazil
    May 2017 - Sep 2018
  • Junior Software DeveloperFator Consult • Curitiba, Brazil
    Jan 2016 - Apr 2017


Computer and office

  • Ryzen 7 5800X | 32GB RAM | RTX 3070 | 1TB SSD
  • Samsung 34" Odyssey G5
  • Logitech G PRO Wireless
  • Keychron K1 v4
  • HyperX Cloud Mix


  • Visual Studio 2022
  • VS Code
  • Windows Terminal: Powershell and Ubuntu WSL


  • Dashlane
  • Notion
  • Figma
  • Spotify

Driving sim

  • Thrustmaster T300 RS GT Edition
  • Logitech G Shifter (with usb adapter)
  • Oddor usb handbrake (works really well)
  • VR - Meta Quest 2