Primary skills: Information architecture, Software design, IT management, Software development, Data storage, Distributed systems, Reliability, Highload, Complex business logic Secondary skills: System operations, Release engineering, Software testing Specialties: Social networks, E-commerce, Hosting, Domains, Billing systems, Advertising systems Primary tools: Linux, Nginx, Apache, Perl, Lua, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Cassandra, Tarantool, Memcached, Elasticsearch, etc. Basic knowledge and/or small experience: C, C++, Java, PHP Other tools: Vim, SVN, Git, Jira, Confluence, MS Project, Merlin, OmniGraffle, etc. Overall experience: about 18 years.
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Passionate software solution architect and developer. Valuable experience in accomplishing various high-load and high-complexity projects. Solid e-commerce and ERP automation background, always up-to-date with efficiency proven technologies. My path to becoming high-skilled software architect and developer went very intensive in the world where growing ease of electronic communication and information exchange changed how the things actually work nowadays. I feel proud and satisfied being involved in the process of this huge leap in online evolution of the last decade. My humble input is just a drop in the ocean, I believe I can put some more drops with the right projects and partners. My primary interest is back-end development of high-load web applications, I have a great experience in developing and maintaining a good range of high-load solutions and implementations: from telecommunication billing to heavy eCommerce solutions. Now the tags part: PosgtreSQL (my favourite DB actually), MySQL, Oracle, NoSQL(Memacached/DB, MongoDB, Redis), PHP 4/5 (5.4+ works for me), git (I have no idea why some guys say it's ugly), hg/svn, profound dig into ZF1.x, Yii, CahePHP, CI, had a glance at things like Kohana, Doctrine. Can do things in ruby (great tool), perl, c++. Good knowledge of HTML4+, CSS2+ just never liked doing to much html, I know guys who are much better than me about that. Good JS, including jQuery, mooTools, basic skills in doing smth with ExtJS (than thing grew up huge). Advanced Linux user. Have no problem with Windows as well.
11-year experience in Web development. Totally focused on HighLoad projects. I've started in 2003 as a freelancer that was focused on simple and light solutions for local market with self-made CMS engine written on PHP 4. Since that time I've been involving into development in such spheres of web: * Platform for web model video chats * Platform for dating sites (focused on UK and USA audience) * 3rd party integration of PayNetEasy payment system into e-Commerce solutions * Web portals for communities with ~2M visitors per day * Advertisement system with load in ~300M per month * e-Commerce solutions from scratch
I'm a software engineer with over ten years experience with various languages/frameworks and a passion for technology. I've worked for various companies each with distinct software development methodologies (waterfall, agile, etc). I'm a self-starter and detail-oriented. I'm particularly interested in JVM languages but I have experience with many others. I would prefer to work as a backend developer but I've done front end work as well. I'm primarily looking for part time work to supplement my day job. I have a BS and MS in Computer Science and have since then also taken courses online (Mongo Univ, Coursera, Code School).
I've been working as a full-stack web developer for more than 7 years, creating websites and applications using a lot of different technologies. PHP was the main server-side language for most projects I've been working on. I prefer developing apps on top of Symfony2 + Doctrine2 stack, although had some experience with other frameworks (Yii, Lithium). A lot of data storage systems are familiar to me: both RDBMS and NoSQL solutions (MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MongoDB, Redis). My front-end development experience (besides the obvious HTML+CSS+jQuery stack) includes usage of AngularJS and Backbone for building single-page applications. Had to deal with a lot of other languages & technologies for additional/supplemental features: Node.JS, Python, Objective C, ActionScript.
I'm googleable(https://www.google.com/search?&q=infowolfe+linux). I'm located in Utah, I'm willing to relocate, but strongly prefer not to live in CA/NY and I find I'm most effective when working remotely. I've spent the last 8-ish years working for isoHunt as a sysadmin/systems engineer, with crossover into network administration and purchasing. I was Gary Fung's first hire, I've rebuilt isoHunt's infrastructure from scratch 3 times (server4you, toronto dc, stockholm dc), and I ended up recruiting 3 other staffers. Most of my experience is in administering Gentoo Linux, but I'm also familiar with Debian and .deb/apt based distros (Ubuntu and a few arm/mips releases for embedded equipment). I've worked with: linux kernel (I can compile custom kernels to fit what you're using the machine for) linux-vserver keepalived (managing ipvs) iptables/ipset/iproute2 zebra/quagga JunOS (Juniper J6350) git (use, gitosis/gitolite/github repo management, hooks) svn (administration, use; I prefer git) php (fpm/fcgi configuration - I'm not a developer, even if I can identify bugs) xcache lighttpd nginx (not a fan, but I can make it go) apache2 memcached mogilefs MySQL/Mariadb lvm mdraid grub/grub2/uefi nagios This is an incomplete list. If there's something you'd like to know if I've worked with, feel free to ask. I'm also not limited to the above, I'm willing to learn pretty much anything (and actually have some interest in looking at implementing some newer takes on the above technologies). http://linkedin.com/in/achipparker skype/gtalk/yahoo/freenode: infowolfe
For the past couple of years I have been working mostly in cloud-computing, both with government funded non-profits and as an independent consultant. My consulting work consists mostly of helping companies build their apps to be cloud ready, as well as migrating apps into cloud based services, and managing those apps once they are deployed to the cloud. I have lots of experience with AWS and RackSpace and other OpenStack clouds. Much of my work last year was actually implementing and maintaining cloud provider infrastructure based on OpenStack for various government projects. That experience led me to build my own public cloud based on OpenStack with a storage back end based on a ceph cluster for instance, object and volume storage which I am beginning to sell to my consulting clients in addition to other services I provide for them. Prior to my cloud experience I worked as an IT Director and Senior Systems Admin in conventional IT shops and have plenty of experience in datacenter operations, VMWare based virtualization, switching and routing, full ISP operations including large scale deployments in VoIP based on open source technologies. I would love to have an opportunity to meet with you and discuss how we may be able to work together.