If you're looking for an experienced Python developer, knowledgeable in
low-level topics, security and scalable web development, then drop me an e-mail
at firstname.lastname@example.org. Over the last 9 years I've
built products from the ground-up, maintained them, did dev-ops, production
monitoring, team management, mentoring for my colleagues and have led multiple
interviews with new candidates.
E-commerce platforms for luxury car brands and dealers
(2020-09-01 – now)
Participation in a company-wide effort to merge similar projects for different OEMs under the wings of a shared library. Triaging. Holding interviews for candidates.
(2020-04-01 – 2020-09-01)
An experiment to see if I would like a career in management. Leading a team of 4 to continuously maintain 8 projects for 5 clients. Coordinating work between Delivery, Product and Q&A teams; code reviews, solving architectural problems, keeping an eye on the team OKRs. Thanks to this, I found out that I enjoy technical challenges more and went back to coding.
(2019-05-01 – 2020-03-31)
Maintenance of 5 existing projects, delivery of new features. Complete ownership of the code behind one of the projects. Achieving a bug-free backlog in another. Best code review presence in the entire company.
Maintenance of an existing project. Launching a new major product feature. Improving software development process across the board – advocating code linters, code reviews and improvements to CI. Introducing Docker.
After the previous project had ended, solo maintenance of numerous short-lived Python projects for various customers. Holding interviews for candidates.
Senior+ technical team lead
(2019-11-01 – 2021-01-01)
Maintenance and ownership of existing projects for one of the company's oldest clients in the food industry. Leading a team of 2 to 7 (the size was changing over time according to the client's budget). Leading discussions with the client. Leading a complex migration project from LDAP to a relational DB that involved the entire codebase of the client.