We’re a bunch of fantastic individuals from various industrial (Fintech, Travel, Web, Life sciences) and Academic (Computer Science, Life Sciences) backgrounds. It also gives us access to Universities (such as Moscow State University, University of Jyväskylä), and talented young professionals.
I started my career in software development in 2010 and have worked in both dynamic startups and a huge IT companies, such as Mail.ru. I wore a lot of hats: software developer, team lead, project manager, product manager, accounts and relations, but in order to let you know why I'm passionate about what I do, I have to go way back.
As a software developer you have to juggle a lot of things in order to delivery a new feature or a project. Frustration and disappointment are common and you have to constantly search for new way to make your job more predictable.
Functional programming(statically typed FP, to be exact) was a game changer for me personally, it transformed my thinking from thoughts about quitting the software the industry to the rediscovery of excitement I feel about it now. For me, it gave me tools to control the difficulty of engineering challenges and focus on building the team, going deep into the projects and businesses of our clients. In a way, it allowed me to go full circle through highly technical stuff and get back to be excited about the ROI-impacting features and customer success with a new knowledge.
I really enjoy solidly and reliably build things, that’s why I gravitate towards ambitions long-term projects and building partnership relations.
I am very passionate about education, and that passion allows me to perform best at what I truly love - which is finding the most efficient solution to any challenging problem. I have a degree in Civil Law, Economics/Finance, and a long list of Project and Product management studies.
I enjoy building amazing teams, and working with people in a way when every person drives project success. My ability to build and support long-lasting trusting relationships with partners is what I can be proud of. After all any technology solutions are designed, build and used by people.
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