Vasco Correia Veloso has been developing software for over 20 years. He has
developed software in many programming languages and systems: from the
assembly, through C, C++, and Prolog to Java, Scala, and Kotlin. On big and small
computers, using everything from floppy disks to SSDs, on-premises, and cloud,
he’s been there, done that, and used it. His academic background includes courses
in applied mathematics and a degree in computer and software engineering.
He loves to learn how things work and share his learnings with others. He
disassembled his grandfather’s watch as a kid and grew up to (dis)assemble not
only software but also hardware in the form of embedded systems.
The field of artificial intelligence has spiked his curiosity since HAL 9000 appeared
on the silver screen.
Vasco brings teams together to produce well-crafted software. He enjoys sharing
knowledge by teaching and learning and continues to design software and
In his spare time, he takes up photography and has a keen interest in aviation. He
has flown ultralight aircraft and believes that the focus necessary to fly and reach
the destination while enjoying the scenery along the way also applies to software