Before Shyp, I worked at Good Eggs, building logistics software for an innovative food distribution model.
I have built a myriad of types of software, including publishing, consumer/B2C, enterprise/B2B, and logistics. I have worked across the full web stack: ops, system architecture, databases, backend and frontend application development.
I am passionate about developing high-quality, maintainable, DRY, automatically-tested software using cutting-edge (yet reliable) technology. I strive to balance the best of Agile with long-term planning and delegated ownership.
From 2010-2012, I ran a development consulting shop called New Leaf Digital, specializing in the Drupal CMS and LAMP stack environments.
I served over thirty clients, with projects including a rebuild of a global news site, site repairs, and improving scalability and performance.
For most of these projects, I served as the lead or sole developer, as well as project manager and sysadmin.
During the same period, I co-founded and operated a startup bringing technology to the antiques industry.
Application, system, and data architecture
REST APIs and asynchronous cross-system communication
Databases: Postgres, MongoDB, MySql, Redis
Systems: Linux, OSX, Bash, AWS
Conventions: Scrum, XP, REST, TDD
I thrive in an open-source world, and have contributed to dozens of projects over the years.
I created an eBay API client for Node.js (originally in 2011 and rewrote in 2015).
I was an active contributor to many open source projects at Good Eggs.
I led the creation of a Redis Sentinel Client for Node.js (since thankfully made obsolete by Redis Cluster).
See my contributions on GitHub.
Team and project management.
Effective verbal and written communication.
Context-shifting between high-level strategy/priorities/goals, implementation architecture, and low-level code.
Fluent in Hebrew, (formerly) proficient in Spanish, able to quickly pick up the basics of new foreign languages for travel.
Carpentry, motorcycle mechanics, sailing, cooking, photography, video editing, electronics.