AJ_O’NEAL: Yo, yo, yo. Coming at you live from Pleasant, Pleasant Grove.
CHARLES MAX_WOOD: Steve Edwards.
STEVE_EDWARDS: Hardy from Portland.
CHARLES MAX_WOOD: Dan Shapir.
DAN_SHAPPIR: Hi from Hot and Sunny Tel Aviv.
CHARLES MAX_WOOD: Amy Knight.
AIMEE_KNIGHT: Hey, hey from Nashville.
CHARLES MAX_WOOD: I'm Charles Max Wood from Top Ed Devs. And this week we have a special guest and that is Felipe Nevola. Felipe, do you want to introduce yourself? Let people know who you are and why you're famous.
FILIFE_NEVOLA: Yeah, sure. I came from Brazil. My name is Felipe Nevola, but right now I am in Portland as well. So I am in the US, but I live in Brazil. And right now I am the CEO of Meteor.js and we are here to talk about Meteor.js.
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DAN_SHAPPIR: That's really cool. Where in Brazil are you from?
FILIFE_NEVOLA: I am from, originally I am from São Paulo, but now I'm living in the countryside. It's called Mato Grosso do Sul. And if you want to check a place there that is really famous in Mato Grosso do Sul, it's called Bonito. That's the same word for beautiful in Portuguese. And it's a beautiful place. So you should check it out, Bonito, and you should visit there sometime.
DAN_SHAPPIR: For sure, I love Brazil.