I'm a full-stack developer with several years of experience leading development at consumer and B2B startups. I bring a product mindset to my engineering work, creating value beyond the technical domain. Currently on lookout for opportunities where I can wear multiple hats and positively impact growth.
That said, here are some of the stuff that I have experience with and am interested in working on()
Python/Flask/DjangoI have been working with Python since 2013, using Flask & Django - from traditional MVC style websites to API backends powering services and apps.
Postgres/Cassandra/Redis/RabbitMQMy default tools of trade for database, caching & message queue. I also have experience w/ CockroachDB, MongoDB, MariaDB, Memcached. Learning more about Kafka & ElasticSearch and always on the lookout to try new things.
Microservices/Serverless/REST/GraphQLI enjoy working with micro-services architecture now to deliver performant & scalable services -- with preference for serverless deployments & small services -- communicating with each other using REST APIs & message queues.
Docker/Ansible/AWSDocker is my go-to tool for setting up development environment (and for production). I love using Ansible for the cases where bare metal deployment is preferred over containerization. I prefer using AWS (shoutout to S3, EC2, RDS, Lambda, API Gateway, Cloudfront, Route 53) for deployments when I can -- I'm also an AWS Certified Solutions Architect. But all I really need are Debian based servers from any provider to get things up and running.
Certificate Authority/X.509/TLS CertificatesHaving worked with a Certificate Authority, designing & developing their PKI platform (Python/Flask/CockroachDB/Artemis), I have developed keen interest in the domain.
WebRTC/Realtime P2P communicationI have leveraged WebRTC to power P2P video & audio calls between React.js based webapp & React-Native based Android & iOS builds.
Product DevelopmentAfter working with startups pretty much my whole career where I had to wear all the hats, I believe that I have developed a sense for product development and business side of things in general. This translates into better engineering decisions with the end product & user in mind.
Affiliate Marketing/SEOBefore going full-time as a developer, I used to work as affiliate marketer for multiple networks. I have gained SEO knowledge as a part of the process of building websites, getting them ranked on search engines & monetising the traffic with ad & affiliate networks. I still operate couple of websites getting over thousands of users a day. While not strictly related to web development, these skills do prove helpful in making better decisions with the tech implementation.
...what a bunch of buzzwords, I know right?! maybe the details will provide some context