"Hu? What about me?"
Greetings! I'm Alexander, content creator and developer. I'm a self-starter, rapid learner, and hungry to get my hands dirty.
Below are a few examples of my acomplishments:
I believe that technology should solve problems instead of complicating them.
That's why I actively learn the tech needed to get the job done!
I write software regularly to stay on top of new and emerging technologies.
It takes hard work and dedication to live up to my high standards for quality work.
I've had the privilege of working with some great developers during a few Chingu Voyages. Chingu connects learners into teams in order for motivated developers to learn and complete awesome projects together.
I'm always looking for ways to get involved in the software development community. I attend monthly hackathons/meetups where I can geek-out and have some fun!
Writing software is superb. But I also understand that at the end of the day, businesses need to make money! That is why I'm commited to learning what is necessary to get the job done.
Thanks for reading! Let's create an impact, together.
Alex and I worked on a two months remote full stack development project together. Alex was the team leader and was very organized and productive for the whole duration of the project. Because of Alex's focus and coding skills our group was able to finish the project in the allocated time and fulfill all of our goals. Alex is very knowledgable with the MERN stack and a great problem solver.
-- Inna Leikina
Alex was an intern on the DevOps team at Ace Info the Summer of 2019. During the interview process, I was impressed with the skills he was able to learn in a short amount of time, and those skills were definitely evident during his internship. I gave him the task of assisting with our migration from Bamboo, Bitbucket, and Jenkins to Gitlab and Alex's performance was impressive. In a short amount of time, he learned many new skills he didn't have previously such as Docker, OpenShift, Gitlab Runners, and more. He was key in setting up the dynamic allocation of Gitlab runners in OpenShift, assisting with the migration of build jobs, and documenting his work in Confluence. Overall Alex was a great asset to the team and I believe that he will be an MVP of any team he ends up working on.
-- Nick Simko