Golang / Go Profile: Backend Developer

Backend Developer - Golang, PHP, AWS, Restfull API

Located in: 🇩🇪 Germany › Berlin
Looking for: Permanent

I’m a Computer Engineer since 2011, but I started programming long time before that. I consider myself autodidact because I like to learn new technologies all the time and I can do it very quickly. I have started to study PHP at home since I was teenager, what give me good knowledge to develop many web applications. During the college and internships I learned other programming languages, such as C, C++, Java and Lua and I could improve myself with other skills.

I’ve been working for long time as a freelancer developer and most of the time involving web development, as a result I became an experienced web developer with big expertise in PHP, JavaScript, CSS and HTML. I could also improve my skills as DevOps creating CLI to automate deploys, configuring servers, etc. In 2015 I started working with Node.js and Golang.

I’ve already contributed in many open source projects like Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL), Zend Framework and other small libraries in PHP, Golang and JavaScript. I really like to work with open source projects and I usually do it in my spare time. In the last few years software testing (e.g. unit tests, TDD) became part of my process of development, also I really enjoy work as DevOps where I can code, test, deploy and monitor my own services.

I worked in companies with several different technologies and it made me an open minded developer, with can-do attitude and a good interpersonal relationship. Currently I’m working mainly with PHP and Golang as Backend Developer in Berlin, but looking for new challenges.

I have a really good ability to learn and change quickly, in love with golang, work with Restful APIs, automate tasks, develop CLI

What I look for
Looking for a position where I can work with Go, developing APIs, or better than this some complex algorithm that I need workers or parallel processing...

How to contact me
LinkedIn is fine

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