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Hi there 👋;

I am an experienced Full Stack Software Engineer with a background in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. I have built web applications as well as hybrid mobile and desktop software since 2015 using Python (Django) and JavaScript (React, React Native, Vuejs, Node.js) and I am excited to learn C++, Golang and Elixir. Consistently improving my approach to software design, application development and programming, product deployment and maintenance as well as collaboration (agile methodologies) and team communication. I am professional, creative, curious, a continuous learner and I prefer working in a team.


Proficient (4+ yrs): Python, Django, JavaScript, React, Vue.js, Node.js, CSS, HTML, React Native. Databases: PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB DevOps: AWS, Linux, GitHub Actions, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform Servers: Nginx, Caddy Architectures: Client-Server, Microservice, SPA, PWA, Serverless Collaboration: Git, Github

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  1. This is a simple binance spot trading bot made using Node.js. Read the documentation to get the background of the claims behind the bot.

    JavaScript 75 31

  2. This is a slightly extended version of Netlify's GoTrue. It includes a `docker-compose.yaml` file to deploy it together with Hasura. This set up uses two databases, PostgreSQL for Hasura and MariaD…

    Go 19 1

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Contributed to CkCreative/auto-test-app, CkCreative/elevatika, CkCreative/read_csv and 11 other repositories

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August 2022

1 contribution in private repositories Aug 1

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