Golang / Go Profile: Senior Software Engineer

Senior Software Engineer - Golang, Python, Java, Openstack, Kubernetes

Located in: 🇨🇳 China › Beijing
Looking for: Permanent / Freelance - Can work remotely

Bachelor ( Jul. 1992, Information and Navigation School, Air Force Engineering University, China)
English working proficiency
Started Turbo-C programming in school, had long work at Windows & dotNET coding for more than 10 years
Deep dived Java SOA from 2008, worked on Eclipse, Tomcat/Jetty, Apache CXF, ActiveMQ, XML-RPC, and Spring Framework
Fully worked on Linux cluster beginning with HPC when hired in a national 863 program at 2010
- Gluster devops
- Haddop devops and M/R programming
- System architect
Fortunately got 2 previous jobs on Openstack cloud architecture in latest 3 years
- experience of collaborating in Romania & Beijing for Grizzly and Havana version staging and production
- CI/CD/DevOps with sonatype-nexsus, jenkins, puppet, logstash, zabbix
- Datacenter management
- Cloud Architect along with CloudFoundry over Openstack, Openstack multi-hypervisor with VSphere
Now I am looking for Opportunity about
- Golang
- Docker
- Kubernetes ( Docker cluster)
Love coding as well as cloud architect and LInux devops

C/C++/VB/CSharp programmer before 2008
Java coder begin with 2009
Java script player as First Class Function language, good at JQuery, RequireJS, interesting in NodeJS, AngularJS, shortly studying FirefoxOS
Python source reviewing in Openstack Deployment from Grizzly to Juno
Good at Openstack API (keystone, glance, nova, ceilometer)
Golang is my favorite as it most like C, another is because of Docker, Etcd, Kubernetes ...
Good at Docker Remote API, Kubernetes API

What I look for
I am looking for a opportunity that can develope with Golang and Python on OpenStack and Docker/Kubernetes in a cloud orchestration project
Ideally I want to work in Beijing, but I am open to remote work as well

How to contact me
Send a message to email address: tangfx128@gmail.com

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