Founder - Golang, Linux, DevOps, PostgreSQL, Open
Located in: 🇺🇸 United States
Looking for: Freelance
- Can work remotely
Developed software to enable small/medium companies to make EDI transactions with the USPS eBUY system.
Project management consulting for CRM customization and invoice system implementations.
Created functional requirement specifications for software system replacement and enhancements.
Golang development, building web servers and remote API integrations, automate docker based CI and testing for
Custom application development using embedded web server applications using both Java and Golang.
VoIP server development using Asterisk and Freeswitch to create unique server instances delivered to remote data
centers serving over 100,000 calls per month.
Create architecture for integration of systems for large hospital supporting over 1800 physicians.
Architected and managed data centers supporting ecommerce and cloud-based business applications.
Instituted foundational software as a service (SaaS) system for Not For Profit companies hosting Customer
Relationship Management (CRM) software and application customizations.
Executed successful move into new 16 million dollar corporate campus and remote New York City location.
Included engineering of network foundation layers at multiple locations and wide area network integration.
Plan, develop, and operate a corporate internet web site supporting over 15 million dollars in commerce. Including
intranet environments, security systems including firewalls, disaster recovery plans, all network communications,
and web technology resources.
Operating Platforms: Linux, Solaris, HPUX, AIX, Windows platforms, Macintosh
Networking: TCP/IP, Windows SMB, AppleTalk, Routers, firewalls
Personal: Listening, Active, Inquisitive
What I look for
Ideally a remote position routed in Golang development.
Broomfield, Boulder, Denver, Bend, Boise, San Francisco , Santa Fe , Santa Rosa, Coeur d’Alene
How to contact me
Let them know you found their profile at https://www.golangprojects.com
(Everyone wants to know how they were found)