I am a fully professional software developer,
passionate about web development,
striving for excellence in everything I do.
An opportunity to add value to client's product(s) and at the same time to enhance my working capacities and professional skills. I would like to serve my clients in best possible way with sheer commitment and demonstrate the ability to work effectively as a team member and/or leader in a professional environment. As an individual, I'm self-confident, results-oriented and naturally passionate. I've worked in a variety of roles, junior/senior software developer, team leader, software architect, and I certainly know what it takes to make a project succeed.
I have been working as a software engineer since 2008. While working on many different projects, I've been constantly pushed outside of my comfort zone to learn new skills. Even though "full-stack engineer" term is not being used with caution these days, I find it pretty suitable for describing development areas that I can work on.
After graduating from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, I applied for a Master's program. Simultaneously, I started to gain professional experience by working at several IT companies. It wasn't too long before I realized I had to put Master's studies on hold for a while.
A strong intreset in problem solving shaped my academic pursuits. I decided to study computer science. The idea of helping others by something you created or contributed to amused me.
I was pretty good at mathematics, and I regularly took part in city and state mathematical competitions. This is where I developed strong analytical skills.
My entrance into the FinTech world. As part of a team that develops trading platform, I got an opportunity to work with the latest technologies and contribute to multiple projects. By applying Continuous Delivery, I learned how important this approach is for project quality and success.
Developing software products that are used in healthcare sector is definitely a great thing. No matter how small your contribution is, it could make a big difference for the people taking medical treatments. I learned to pay attention to details as software products can be used by different types of people, including people with disabilities.
The pace while working with Up and Running Software was incredible. I had to work with several clients simultaneously. Needless to say, in such environment, one must have the ability to switch contexts pretty fast and adopt new things on the fly.
I was part of a project involving the use of cutting-edge technologies at the time. Since I needed to make transition from proprietary to open source technologies, I completely changed my mindset and broaden my views as well as knowledge of how things work in the open source world.
Constantly meeting deadlines in order to deliver products to demanding clients defined my time spent at this company. Amongst other things, I learned that proper communication is equally important as it is the quality of work you are producing. While working with clients, such as JPMorgan Chase and Co., I learned how to deal with pressure of fulfilling their expectations.
This was my first professional job. I worked on developing a pilot project for dental clinics. I was a member of another project which involved supporting the largest telecommunications operator in the country. Working on different phases of the software development life cycle was exciting.