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Senior Ruby on Rails Engineer | Solutions Architect | Tech Enthusiast

As a seasoned Ruby on Rails developer with a career spanning over a decade, my journey in the development world has been nothing short of exciting and rewarding. I embarked on this path driven by a passion for creating impactful software solutions. One recent milestone that stands out is successfully implementing a fully customised order management system within the Spree Commerce platform. This involved not only mastering the intricacies of Spree but also integrating technologies like Wicked PDF, Sidekiq, and Redis to deliver a seamless and tailored experience. Continuous learning is at the core of my professional ethos. In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, I make it a point to stay ahead by acquiring new skills. My expertise extends beyond conventional web development, encompassing DevOps practices, database management (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, Cassandra, MongoDB), and adept use of cloud services like AWS. What sets me apart is not just technical proficiency but a commitment to client and team satisfaction. My ability to contribute to diverse industries, coupled with a knack for problem-solving and efficient project delivery, reflects a unique blend of skills. I find joy in contributing to open-source projects, building Ruby, Rails, and Spree extensions, and always seeking innovative solutions. In essence, I bring a holistic approach to software development. Whether it's crafting clean and efficient code, collaborating seamlessly with cross-functional teams, or navigating complex challenges, my goal is to not just meet expectations but exceed them.

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Senior Backend Engineer [11 YOE]

I relish the depth and creativity of software engineering and take pride in my contributions to software projects. I have over a decade of experience designing and implementing robust backends that power e-commerce applications serving millions of users and tens of thousands of businesses. In the future, I aim to specialize in engineering the distributed systems that undergird web applications, and I am working on growing my expertise in this area. My greatest wish is to work in an environment where continual learning and collaboration foster the creation of great software and cultivate my growth as an engineer. Building large and middle-sized backend systems written in Ruby is the most significant part of my experience to date. To a lesser extent, I have worked on the frontend with React, but I'm excited to do more of that in the future too. I construe the backend as the source of truth by how it conveys well-expressed concepts in the business domain and circumscribes well-behaved client applications. A lucid example of this from my work at Leafly was the real-time infrastructure that supported various features in our admin order dashboard. Software systems develop within constraints along social and technical axes. On the social axis, structured and proactive communication and documentation keep a system and its operators in alignment over its lifetime. On the technical axis, an iterative approach to development allows an organization to adapt to an environment of constrained resources and to accommodate ever more use cases and elaborations of the business. My biggest project at Leafly, an integration platform that communicated with many dozen external point-of-sale systems, perfectly speaks to this nature of developing and operating a mature, large-scale software system with a large group of sophisticated stakeholders. In particular, the highly modular data ingestion pipeline at the heart of that system was well-suited to meet this vision. A few themes concerning the environment at a company would excite me about the prospect of working there. First, I appreciate a focus on mentoring, collective learning, and striving for technical excellence. Teaching is an essential practice for an engineering team. Teaching junior engineers my thought process and philosophy while writing code and designing systems was one of the most fulfilling aspects of my past work. I also love thinking deeply about system architecture, participating in high-level planning discussions, and tackling technical sequencing challenges. This inclination was critical at Leafly, where I helped with efforts to migrate away from generations of legacy technology. Finally, my favorite thing is learning, and I appreciate an environment that encourages engineers to do so. I spend some time outside work now studying functional programming, category theory, and distributed systems. And I aspire to contribute to more open-source projects and pursue side projects. Skills Languages Expert Ruby Novice TypeScript Python Elixir Rust Elm Frameworks Expert Ruby on Rails Sidekiq Novice Phoenix React Databases Expert SQL Novice Redis Elasticsearch Infrastructure Novice AWS Kubernetes Datadog Tools TDD Git & GitHub Jira Confluence Agile

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Ruby on Rails/JS Engineer

Intro: A software engineer with 4 years of experience working with Rails, JS and PostgreSQL. Also have reasonable knowledge of C++, Java, Python and MongoDB. ​I am a natural problem solver possessing excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills & a right mix of empathy. My hobbies are reading, reading, reading and chess. I can think in English, Urdu and my mother-tongue and can communicate at different levels in Turkish, Pashto, Punjabi, Arabic, Persian, Spanish, French and Hindi as well. Motivations: My primary motivations are better pay and better work environment. Living in a third world country while possessing skills worthy enough of developed nations is harsh. Any individual or organization that gives me a chance to step up will definitely have my loyalty and benefits of my skill set. It counts. Challenges faced: In a software engineer's career, every working day is prone to big challenges but some of the memorable ones I encountered are: - Problem: Remove bugs and deploy for the first time ever in less than 48 hours in a challenge given by my company CTO, having close to 1 year of experience. Solution: Removing bugs was the easier part that I was familiar with. I had to learn about everything from scratch about web servers (passenger, nginx) and installing ubuntu remotely and then configuring the web server on it. They were rough 48 hours with only 3 hours of sleep but I managed to learn and implement with success at the end. - Problem: Learn and implement GTM with 90+ event triggers and 20+ data points with every trigger to track user behavior in a website open to 200+ million users while no one in my organization of 200+ engineers had experience of using GTM. Solution: I learnt about implementation of GTM in 3 days, implemented the whole event triggers required (2000+ lines of code) in 3 weeks and became the focal person for user tracking in my team (communicating with 10+ executives). - Problem: Through monitoring our website on New Relic, we discovered that our marketplace site had become considerably slower after our recent releases and new increased traffic (due to sale). Solution: I, along with our team's solutions architect, searched (through) and pinpointed the area slowing down the website and cached its content in a pragmatic way to improve the loading time by 160%. Moreover, I have had the pleasure of working with a company in Italy. I can fetch references from them. ​Hoping to connect with you and find ways to collaborate for mutual benefit. I eagerly look forward to hearing from you.

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