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JavaScript
9
JAVA
14
Spring
8
jQuery
7
SQL
10
JDBC
10
Tomcat
8
NoSQL
4
NodeJS
4
Developer
Hibernate
5
EJB2/3
5
MongoDB
4
Redis
3
MySQL
5
AngularJS
2
Android
3

Professional experience

Participated in building the main application for Demisto Enterprise
2016

Demisto Enterprise is a startup that provides a Security Operations Platform that combines intelligent automation and collaboration into a single ChatOps interface The major technologies that I worked with were:

  • Golang
  • Rearc + Redux
Help build one of the major services in a multi-service environment for ADP
2015

The project started as a monolithic platform application for building business applications and work ows. I took part in the e ort of breaking the application into multiple micro-services and went on to helping develop one of the core services of the platform. The technologies we use include:

  • NodeJS
  • React
  • Docker and Swarm to launch and manage the service instances * MongoDB
  • Jasmine, Mocha, Selenium
Help to move product from concept to Production Budgetao
2014-2015

Budgetao is a startup that develops an IT budget management system. My role was to help the startup go from concept to production. As the project chief architect I was responsible for choosing the technology stack, setting development milestones, data modelling, deployment strategy, and development workflows. The technology stack consists of:

  • SailsJS - a full blown application framework based on NodeJS and ExpressJS
  • MongoDB - Main persistency
  • Redis - Object cache
  • AngularJS - Client app
Establish a new server-side infrastructure for Tabtale
2014

The goal of the project was to set up a server side support for a large scale mobile games production operation with hundreds of client apps and millions of active users. My role was the Architect of the project and my responsibilities included:

  • Architectural design of a service oriented server and administration portal
  • Technical design and choosing the technology stack
  • Building a team of 3 developers and team leader
  • Boiler-plating the projects and environments
  • Set up the CI and deployment procedures

The tecnologies we used included:

  • Java with Spring 4
  • NodeJS with Express
  • MongoDB & Redis
  • AngularJS
  • Logstash with Elasticsearch & Kibana
Hands on technical leader @ IDI Ventures
2013

led a team of UI engineers, and development of Web-Mobile-Client . Update the development and deployment process of the company’’s CMS. I Creating a scalable and up-to-date system with cutting edge (NodeJS, ExpressJS, AngularJS, Grunt, Jasmine, MongoDB, Redis). and made technology improvement such as:

  • Introduced NodeJS server side technologies
  • Added code testing and continuos integration
  • Added Jenkins managed deployments
  • Introduces SCRUM methodology.
Cross-browser mobile client optimization for Amobee
2012-2013

Developing JS for Mobile. Fixed and stabilised the mobile web advertisement framework. Including Cross browser (mobile browsers) support for native JS code.

Re-factoring a monolithic application for YouAppi
2012

Lead a process to improve the applications scalability and performance. The process included:

  • Re-factoring a monolithic application into several service oriented applications.
  • Better usage of Redis as an object cache and pub-sub system.
  • Converting blocking tasks to asynchronous jobs.
  • Integraation

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