Tomás Müller started his interest about Computer Science and Software when he was sixteen years old. He graduated in Computer Science in 2011 and said to have been an extremely valuable experience, not only due the acquired knowledge, but due to the transformations in the way of thinking, acquiring and seeking knowledge.
Specialist in learn and ask, has already won two international development challenges: the first in 2008 (1st place in Sun GlassFish and MySQL Student Reviews Contest) and the second in 2012 (1st place in Heroku Neo4j Challenge, Java Category), among other interesting things.
Huge fan of remote work, already had a rock band formed with friends, nowadays deliberately practice the art of developing software for a better world. He also enjoys playing eletric guitar, acoustic guitar, violin, drums, writing, studying, running, going to the gym, tasting fine wines, and special microbrews.
"Don’t only practice your art, but force your way into its secrets, for it and knowledge can raise men to the divine."
— Ludwig van Beethoven