I am a Senior Software Engineer with more than fourteen years of profound knowledge in building web applications based on Ruby on Rails at scale. I have practical experience as tech and team lead in start-ups and use an active hands-on and collaborative leadership style. I identify myself as – an Architect. I worked with applications and databases that handled tens of millions of requests per day. I care about security and understand the high-security requirements of applications that deal with financial and personal data. I know it is important to always focus on well-structured systems that are easy to maintain and have up-to-date dependencies. – a Teacher and Mentor. It is important to me to help others improving in their craft and to shine. I coach and train junior developers in individual one-on-one sessions. I am an active member of the Ruby community, a maintainer and supporter of open source projects. As a Stack Overflow enthusiast, I answered more than two thousand Ruby and Rails related questions. – a Scientist. I collect metrics and analyze data to understand and improve legacy codebases. I like to investigate hard to find bugs, refactors unmaintainable code, and optimize algorithms that do not scale well. I learned that a short-cut used today might need weeks to be fixed in the future and that good monitoring is important to build reliable fault-tolerant systems. – a Team-Player. Teams build better software than a single developer. I believe in agile methodologies, I see planing and whiteboard sessions as a chance to come up with better ideas, to share knowledge. Honest retrospectives in a psychological safety environment build trust and are a team bonding opportunity.
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