Welcome To 5e!
We Help You Grow Your Business
Outsourcing Your Programming Needs
What We Do
6 years of experience working with Beaglebone’s and Raspberry Pi’s processors and components
C, C++, Bash, Perl and Python for everything from device drivers to custom scripts to fit your needs
Development and management of: kernel, system’s init, cross compilation and others
My name is Davi S Evangelista, founder of 5e Contract Programming.
Graduated from the University of Brasilia in Electrical Engineering, I work as a programmer since 2010.
Coding for embedded systems and microcontrollers, I was an engineer in two Brasília (Brazil's capital) based companies where I've worked with several microcontrollers and microprocessors, tailored the kernel 3.2 for a specific hardware, automated work routines, and more.
Now I assist other companies grow helping they focus on their own operations: we take care of their programming needs!
Contact us here to start a request with us.
Business aside, here you will find more about programming in general too.
For those learning to program, we provide some examples as free software: see section Samples below.
Also visit SudoYourself, our blog, for more information on programming topics, embedded Linux, Raspberry Pi and the like.
I await your contact and thank you for your interest!
Git is a powerful tool, but chances are you’ll find yourself lost unless you know what command accomplishes what you intend to do. To try and avoid this frustration, I’ve decided review some of the most common situations found in version control and pack their command solution together in a simple table for easy access! Keep on Reading!
Software engineering is a prominent case of version control: you must keep track of your code, period. The need of a free, reliable solution lead Linux kernel creator Linus Torvalds to conceive a versatile version control system. From local to large distributed projects, Git has you covered. It’s time to delve into its key features! Keep on Reading!
If you are following SudoYourself, you’ve guessed by now that I strongly believe GDB is a powerful debugging tool (there is even a list of 40 useful GDB commands to help anyone get a jump start on it). Returning to this subject, now it’s time to present a more advanced usage: debugging fork! Keep on Reading!