I work with startups to help them build and launch their products.
I developed a cross-platform mobile application with React Native and a Rest API with node.js for ZipDance.
Completed - Backend and frontend development for thepropertyreport.com website
Completed - Rest API Development for iOS Application and deployment on Amazon AWS Cloud
Classic LAMP Stack: Linux, Apache, PHP, MySQL, Laravel, Zend Framework
Mobile Stack: React-Native, Ionic Framework, Phonegap / Cordova
Front-end: jQuery, Bootstrap Framework, Mustache, DataTables
Editors: PHPStorm, WebStorm, Atom and Sublime
Caching: NGINX, Varnish Cache, Memcached, Redis
Deployment: Vagrant, Docker, Ansible
Cloud: Amazon AWS, Google Cloud and Digital Ocean
Version Control: Git, Git-flow, Github and Bitbucket
Analytics: Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, HotJar, Optimizely
and many others that I haven't mentioned...
I started accessing to internet with a dial-up connection later in 1997 and became interested in technology stack of Web and IRC (?).
I installed a Linux distribution (Slackware) (?) to my computer for the first time in 1998.
A year later, in 1999, I started programming websites with PHP 3 and MySQL 3.
In the summer of 2000, right after graduating form high school, I launched my first startup: a web hosting company. I leased a dedicated server with CPanel3 (?) from VDI.net. A couple months later I leased Cobalt RAQ4 (?) servers which had ASP support on Linux platform through Chili!Soft ASP software and I started offering ASP hosting to my clients. In less than a year, I grew customer base from zero to nearly a thousand clients and thousands of websites.
In 2002, I started learning and experimenting with e-commerce by selling products on eBay. Later in the same year, I launched an e-commerce startup. I built several e-commerce websites using the osCommerce (?) software. I successfuly ran and grew the company to 35 full-time employees and over $1M annual revenue.
In 2010, I joined Mynet.com as a software developer. I developed high performance websites which served millions of visitors and billions of pageviews per month. I got promoted several times and eventually started running product and software development teams. I left the company in 2015 when I was a director for product and software development.
In fall of 2015, I moved to NYC and I started working as an independent consultant to some very exciting startups in New York.