Hello! I appreciate your visit and let's get acquainted!
In 14 I with my friend wanted to create a startup. That was a site that accumulates feedbacks about companies. For half a year I pumped my skills in programming but didn't reach the first version. Because of that first what I touched was native JS and I figured out my top interest is coding. After a half year of exercise, I realized the time to create commercial projects had come. Tens of projects and gigabytes of docs led me to the current point. A year was required to upgrade the skills to high-level frameworks in JS. But... the impact that I gave was local and I didn't see the project wholly. One day I made the decision to buy Herbert Schildt's Java handbook. Two long years I spend to understand concurrency, generics, and Spring. I choose my way and it’s across Java. Maybe my mission is concluded in building large projects for providing technologies to millions of people and design their day-to-day experience.
If you are to see technologies I work with or roles that I was appearing in follow next!
Weco Inc. – Frontend developer.
Due to the company's startup nature, I've appeared in the backend and frontend developer role and even as a UX assistant.
Task: Reach first stable release, end up UI in MVP.
Environment: Developer's environment based on docker which was connected to AWS application in my own namespace.
Stack: React, Node JS, Apollo, AWS: (AppSync, DynamoDB, Lambda, Elasticsearch). We developed without DI and used "containers" to split up View and logic. I should note that this approach has its own elegant design and makes architecture more flexible.
Softing – Java developer
Role: Android Developer, Spring boot Developer. I hadn't had experience with Android development before that project started and I had interested in trying to solve some standard tasks with the new environment.
Task: Create a video streaming service in the local network.
Environment: Docker, Android.
Stack: Android SDK, Exo player, Spring boot, Docker
Leroy Merlin – Java developer
In Leroy Merlin, I created my first infrastructure with 8 microservices. That project gave me significant experience in the modern back-end. Thank you, LM and appreciate the time I spent 🙂
Role: Backend developer.
Task: Create backend services for two mobile applications.
Stack: Spring: (Boot, Security, SSO), Node JS.
Other freelance projects...
It was the craziest time in my bio.
Role: Somebody who can create an e-store or landing page, draw a logo and fill your Instagram account with followers. Like a Superman but from school.
Stack: Node JS, PHP, Laravel, Nginx, WP, OpenCart...
Thank you for your interest, I believe we'll become partners for years 🙂