Senior Software Engineer - Golang, Nosql, MySQL, Linux, Highload
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Looking for: Permanent
First of all, I want to say I have H1 Visa and need only H1 transfer. H1 transfer takes only 2 weeks!
I have more than 15 years’ experience in software development. I programmed on C/C++, and a little bit on Assembler. But it was in 2000 - 2006 years. Last years I am backend developer. I am using Golang, Python and PHP.
And I am DevOps.
In current position I am Senior developer, Team Lead and System Architect. Our system scalable (we use sharding in Database, many backend nodes, balancing and other) and reliable. Some parts of our system use microservices. We use RabbitMQ as a message passing system and for RPC. We use MongoDB with sharding to store about 100M SKU. And we update about 60% SKU (prices, quantity) every day. Main storage is MySQL. This architecture was developer by myself and implemented by our team.
I have H1 visa and searching another good job. I want to find highload project and take a part in developing process. I want to use my knowledge in server architectures in your projects. I have a small experience in Frontend development. But I am backend developer!
I always looks to the modern technologies. For example, I plan to implement Docker in our infrastructure.
Also DevOps is interesting for me. May be you can forward my CV to other departments.
My favorite books about C/C++ are Scott Meyers books “Effective C++”, “More Effective C++”. I have read those books several times. Of course I have to refresh my knowledge about modern C/C++. But it is not problem for me.
Golang, Python, PHP, C/C++
Linux, MacOS, Windows
MySQL, MongoDB, Memcached, MSSQL, PostgreSQL
AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine
Ansible, Consul, Git, Subversion
What I look for
I am looking position where I will continue use Golang in production. I like highload projects.
I have H1B visa and open for relocation in USA.
How to contact me
Let them know you found their profile at https://www.golangprojects.com
(Everyone wants to know how they were found)