Backend developer & consultant with over 15 years of experience. I have worked in a wide range of programming languages including Ruby, PHP, Visual Basic, C#, FoxPro, React Native, Go. My database expertise includes MySQL, PostgreSQL, Cassandra, CouchDB, Microsoft SQL Server.
Today I prefer to work with:
- Ruby (Rails, Hanami, dry-rb stack, command-line utilities)
- PHP (WordPress plugins)
- Go (API, command-line utilities)
Also I have great experience in building scalable APIs for startups and refactoring legacy codebases. I am highly interested in DevOps methodology and try to automate my daily routines. I spend a lot of free time on managing my Open Source projects because its allow me to improve programming and time-management skills.
How can I help you?
- Create a backend for your mobile and frontend clients from scratch
- Refactor and clean up huge RoR codebases
- Set up Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery processes
- Add linters, spell checkers and something like that
- Create, publish and manage WordPress plugins
- Improve your website’s performance
Feel free to contact me
Just fill in the contact form or send me email to email@example.com.
My GitHub profile is available here: https://github.com/gruz0
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