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Naser Mirzaei
Backend and Web Application Developer at VADA House of Mobile
Tehran, Iran
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PairEx
Sep 2018 - Mar 2019 (6 months)
Tallinn, Estonia
Web Developer
At PairEx, I was a remote developer, using Golang, VueJS, and WordPress.
I used WordPress for the main website for a faster release. But, I was developing the new version of the site with Golang and NuxtJS. Also, an expert team in the USA was working on the Cryptocurrency Exchange with lovely Golang.
Miare
May 2017 - Jun 2017 (1 month)
Tehran, Iran
Gopher
Miare is a logistics provider for restaurants. in Miare I was a Backend developer.
We had 2 backends, Golang and Python.
I was translating our legacy code from Python to Golang and sometimes had to code in Python (Django) backend if a feature needs this.
I worked for only 2 months with them. After that, I preferred to come back to Vada.
VADA House of Mobile
May 2015 - Present (7 years 3 months)
Tehran, Iran Current workspace
Currently Naser Mirzaei supports the VADA House of Mobile

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Backend and Web Application Developer
In VADA, We work on a mobile payment platform, named AppRoo. We designed it on a microservice architecture written in Golang, and deploy services on both Docker Swarm (Old one) and Kubernetes (New). Our stack:
- Golang (2 Developers include me)
- PostgreSQL (I write queries)
- Docker (I write Dockerfiles)
- Kubernetes (I write Kuberfiles for deploy with KubeCTL)
- Rancher (Using it for manage deployed applications)
- Gitlab (Our code repository)
- Gitlab CI (I write .gitlab-ci.yml files to automate all steps)
- Redis (we use Redis for caching, but not yet in production)
- NSQ (we wrote a pub/sub interface and implemented NSQ for the events)
- Minio Storage (We store files in minio)
- Sentry (I added sentry as a logger to catch logs and errors with details)
- VueJS (I develop our dashboard with VueJS)
- Vuetify (I use Vuetify for UI)
I skipped tools that I’m not using them, but the team uses it.
I’m both backend and frontend developer of the team. Also, I do DevOps tasks on Swarm, Kubernetes and all of our platform machines.
Our old Stack was:
- GoLang
- Micro.mu
- PostgreSQL
- RabbitMQ
- AngularJS
- Consul
- Docker
- Gitlab
- Gitlab CI
- Redis

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