Resume

Ivan Kolodyazhny

Location: Kharkiv, Ukraine 
Phones:
  • mobile: +380-91-9050629
Website: http://notacash.com/, http://kharkivpy.org.ua/
Blog: http://blog.e0ne.info/
E-Mail: e0ne@e0ne.info
Skype: e0ne-user

Less than 10 years experience in IT field: design, development and debugging Python and .NET based applications. 

Strong experience in development web applications. 

Knowledge of the full development life cycle. 

I like to develop Web based application using the newest technologies. Wide experience on client-side optimization and JavaScript programming. I believe that JavaScript is one of the best programing languages for web.

I’m member of the .NET user community UNETA and proffessional developers community DevTime. There were two lectures made by me for UNETA about ASP.NET MVC 1.0 RC and DLR and IronPython and one about tipfy framework and Google App Engine for DevTime.

Organizer of Kharkiv Python Communty and KharkivPy events.


Skills:

Operating Systems:

  • Linux based OS, MacOS
  • Windows NT bases OS

Development skills:

  • Python, Django
  • Google App Engine (Python)
  • Cloud computing, OpenStack
  • Web Development: HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript
  • JavaScript frameworks: MS Ajax, Prototype, JQuery
  • SQL: T-SQL
  • Remote Development: CVS, SourceSafe, TFS, SVN, Distributed Source Control Systems
  • Graphics/Media: ffmpeg, mencoder
  • .NET: 2.0/3.0/3.5/4.0: C#, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, WinForms

 

RDBMS Skills:

  • MSSQL
  • PostgreSQL

Spoken Languages:

  • Russian (native)
  • Ukrainian (native)
  • English (speak - basic, read - good (able to read and understand any technical text))

Honors and Awards:

  • October 2007 — “Programmania” contest 3rd place in Microsoft Ajax/Atlas category

Education (reverse order):

  • September 2007 — Kharkov National University of Radio-Electronics
    Bachelor of Computer Science
  • September 2003 — June 2007 — Kharkiv Patent-Computer College
  • June 2003 — School #76, Kharkiv
    Finished secondary school

Employment history:

  • Febrary 2007 — August 2008 — “DB Best Technologies” (ASP.NET/C# Web Developer)
    Project Pikaba - http://pikaba.com/:
    Pikaba is a community-driven online marketplace where members and their friends build long-term relationships with merchants
    Technologies: .NET 2.0-3.5, ASP.NET WebForms, ASP.NET MVC, MS Ajax client library, MS SQL Server 2005, Facebook integration
  • September 2008 — January 2009 — “SweetSoft” (.NET Software Developer)
    Metamodel Project:
    Metamodel is a framework for simplifying development of web and desktop applications.
    Technologies: .NET 3.5

    Media and Rating portals project:

    Back-end development for social network portal
    Technologies: .NET 3.5, ffmpeg
  • February 2009 — March 2011 — “TeamDev Ltd.” (.NET Software Developer)
    Software developer on "EZ-RC" application for TeamDev's client. Worked on the front-end: web application which consists of a set of wizards to help the consumer program his remote to control his various home appliances.
    Technologies: .NET 3.5, ASP.NET WebForms, MS SQL Server 2008, jQuery.

    Librarian Project
    Librarian is online library for small and middle organization which helps to create catalog and operate with books. It provides functionality to reserve and order books. This application also has a convenient administrative interface.
    Technologies: Python, Google App Engine, Datastore, Memcache
  • March 2011 - July 2011 - “SysIQ, Inc.”.
    Implementation of E-commerce solutions.
  • July 2011 - February 2012 - “Grid Dynamics” (Software Engeneer)
    Private IaaS cloud (based on OpenStack) implementation for company's client. Product packaging for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
    Technologies: Python, OpenStack.
  • September 2010 - Present - “notacash.com” 
    Location based online service which provides very simple and user-friendly interface to find the nearest ATMs, shops, restaurants and hotels on the map where you can pay with your payment card.
    Technologies: Python, PostgreSQL, Google Maps, HTML5, jQuery.

Dear HR, please, consider contacting me some other time and be informed that I'm not interesting in .NET-related job at all. Thank you.