I am a Product Engineer with specific focus on building robust backend and scalable systems. I work on open source projects in my spare time. I love speaking at tech conferences and currently helping MadStreetDen in scaling their Artifical Intelligence products to millions.
Started my career by programming in C, especially Embedded C. Then explored Python and became proficient in it. I have built 10+ projects/products in python. Recently fell in love with the beauty and simplicity of Golang and building few utilities and open source projects using it.
I've worked on some databases: Postgres, MySQL, Cassandra, Redis, CouchDB and InfluxDB. I have quite an experience in designing object oriented relational schema for various products. I have deployed and scaled redis as in memory DB, queue, pubsub and LRU cache. Schema design, query execution plan analysis, optimizing queries, partitioning and scaling are the some of the things I have done in PostgreSQL.
I have a good experience in architecting, developing, deploying and scaling a robust backend infrastructure. I am aware of most of the AWS services and have architected solutions using the same. Not to mention that apart from the managed solutions, I have designed and deployed services in bare metal servers too.
One of the core engineer who helped in abstracting a large, monolithic A.I platform into microservices architecture. This paved the way for MadStreetDen to build a full scale e-commerce suite of products: vue commerce. This platform sits as a base for most of the A.I products coming out of the company.Know more
Shop The Video is an A.I powered video marketing tool that helps the customer to monetize their video assets. It enables the purchase of the fashion items appearing on the video, directly form the video player. I am working closely with the frontend and product design team in architecting and developing an highly scalable backend.Know more
I use some stuffs that aren't completely terrible.
Mostly, I use AWS to spin up servers for my personal projects. I use github pages to host this portfolio page. I use Ghost containers hosted in digital ocean servers for my blog
Since I started working on software from 2013, fortunately I did not struggle with version control systems as my senior devs did. I started using git right away. I host all my public projects in github. For my private repositories, I used Bitbucket for a while. Then explored Gitlab, but some how I liked the simple experience of github's issue tracker and kanban boards. So, I started paying github for private repositories.
I started loving emacs from the day one. When I am not using terminal I will be using Pycharm for python and Gogland for Go programming. I pay for them as they make me more productive with lots of features and integrations. I use Sublime Text as my html and markdown editor.
Ubuntu, Debian in servers and OS X in laptop.