Developer with deep backend background and bright frontend, currently working with Elixir and Phoenix, decade bofore I've been an Erlang developer. Familiar with React and Vue.js, have strong DevOp and SecOp skills. Love researching new paradigms (art of programming requires so), hate hype-driven development.
Crazy about things that I do and ready to work 24/7 for idea, but not much Friday's releases.
Open for relocation.
Working with AWS, Docker, several times used gitlab-ci with google cloud platform and Kuber.
Valid US visa.
Eye colour: green.
I'm not that guy who telling stories well, or even about, and to diminish your time expenses reviewing things about myself:
— yes, I'm a developer, already built and launched a bunch of projects. I've started building with Lisp and Turbo C, and today I'm leading a small team in Kiev.
In 2003 began studying a design, I've always been interested in well-designed architectures and environments, not only from the point of the developer but also from essential. That was my start point to the Wonderfull world of the user interfaces and user experience. That was a long period when I've studied and worked in this both directions mixing my developer skills.
In 2008 rewrote hosting platform from Perl to Python for hosting platform, one of the requirements was passed PCI-DSS compliance which has been reached with decentralized key-storage between multiple nodes, actually that was my second dApp.
In 20011 Ruby was a hobby, so I've built several projects and Redmine modules with it, and at the endof 2013 I've realized that pretty much things based on RoR has been passed.
Late 2017 launched react-native client for my LSTN to the App Store, got more than 1k downloads for the first day.
If the advancement of the general art of programming requires the continuing invention and elaboration of paradigms, advancement of the art of the individual programmer requires that he expand his repertory of paradigms.
— Robert Floyd
Spending free a time with my family and sometime building plugins for Redmine, learning Material etc.
Working on bespoke projects built on internal platforms. Partially working with Laravel < 5. PHP Backend development, work with clients.
Created ultra-fast PHP cross-CMS/CMF framework. Main idea - install layer over popular CMS and CMF. Framework can work as stand-alone app.
Building themes for WordPress. Created own micro-framework for it. Reached about 2500 customers.
Working on own e-learning project (still in development).
Building hosting company from zero. Many backend development with internal scripts on Perl and Python. Main interface was self-written and second upgrade was built on Symfony 2 (beta for that time).
Building internal web-apps for Hillsong Church LTD. There was a lot of internal projects. Realised that I really love design and frontend.
Spending free time with my family and sometime building plugins for PM systems (in most Redmine) for increasing team productivity.
Volunteer in some internal and world-wide ministries. Helping people, sharing information.
Serving as tech-consultant.
Sponsoring children in Uganda.
If you're looking for some from my life, you just can follow jared.denison at instagram.com.