I’m a professional front-end web developer based in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. Currently I work in Luxoft - international company outsourcing services for enterprise IT organizations and software vendors. I work there in a big multinational team, following Scrum rules, developing redesigned version and supporting current website for Swedish e-commerce client. I create and modifying layouts and rich, reusable, responsive cross-browser UI components, integrating them with Java backend, using popular front-end technologies such as jQuery, Gulp and Sass CSS. I am also absolutely in love with HTML5 and CSS3 and enjoy leaning something very different like ASP.NET, C#, SQL and MongoDB.
However, I am potentially open to new opportunities if they are of interest to me. I would also like to declare myself as an eternal student because I am passionate about keeping my knowledge up to date.
I was working in this leading software development company for about half a year, taking beautiful photoshop files and converting them to W3C valid HTML5 / CSS. It was an amazing experience working with such a friendly and advanced team. They taught me how to work on large scale projects with many developers using tools such as Git, Mercurial, Jira, Redmine.
I graduated from National Mining University in Dnepropetrovsk where I studied for a Master of Economics of Enterprises (with honours). I therefore have much experience in promotion and business development too in addtion to my technical skillset. I have the confidence and capability to develop my knowledge for any given situation, and can meet a deadline for a project.
Recently released project, which is a storage for Sitecore 8 technical documentation. We are building it using ASP.NET MVC. For client side we are using Angular.js. It’s fully responsive and supports all major browsers. I also took part in creating design for this website.View the work
Whilst working closely with back-end developers in different projects I noticed some similar mistakes they made when they wrote client-side code. I thought it would be useful to give them some advice to improve their knowledge in this area. I wrote a presentation in HTML5 with CSS3 3D animation and presented it to developers in Sitecore – which I’ve got great feedback for.View the work
This is website with useful information for Sitecore users. The goal of the project was to move all information from old Support Scrapbook to something more user friendly.
On this project I had to create dynamic web pages and controls, relying on initial designs. Here I also started making some little changes to ASP.NET and C# code.View the work
It is a popular place with many Sitecore modules. Very useful source for developers, where they can contribute and communicate. I was asked to join part way through the project.
I had to learn how to read and work with old code, fix old bugs with unusual use cases and optimize perfomance.View the work
My previous portfolio website. Apart from my soul, it also has lightboxes, which I've made in native JS without using any libraies.View the work
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