During my professional career (10+ years) I have worked in many professional domains, even as specific as low-level programming. Before the Desktop Age was over I had an opportunity to participate in an enterprise system development and some small desktop projects. Then I moved to web development domain and since that time I have made numerous web projects and learned a number of technologies. In the last few years my area of interests was shifted to cloud technologies, virtualization, storage solutions and linux kernel development.
Those are my first (and I hope that not last) three patches that were accepted to the mainline Linux Kernel. You could see them in the Linus Torvalds's git repository:
I am going to continue work with the kernel.
I am a reliable and hard-working person. I like to solve new challenging and complex tasks.
kernel: device drivers development, memory management, filesystem progamming, network-related programming
userspace: command-line utilities, daemons, network, multiprocess/multithreaded-style programming, etc... in accordance with the latest version of the POSIX standard.
Virtualization: Oracle VirtualBox, VmWare Workstation, Xen Hypervisor, Docker, Kvm, QEMU
Cloud: OpenStack, AWS: EC2, S3, RDS, SQS, Lambda, CloudFormation, EBS, OpsWorks
Python-related experience: Celery, Eventlet, Django, Django REST Framework, Tastypie, etc...
DB-related experience: MySQL, MsSQL, ORACLE
HTTP-Servers: Nginx, Apache, IIS
VCS: Git, Mercurial, SVN
Issue tracking systems: Atlassian stack (Jira + Bitbucket + Hipchat), Redmine
Favourite editor: vim
August, 2014 Certificate for Introduction to Linux:
October, 2016 Verified Certificate for Introduction to OpenStack:
Member at Taganrog Linux User Group February 2011 - Present Participated as a speaker in the conference Taganrog Linux User Group 2011
English, Intermediate Level:
Taganrog State University of Radioengineering engineer, Programming, 1996 - 2004
Programming, Swimming, Gym, Travel, Linux, Open Source
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