Kirill Zonov

I'm an engineer. I like clean, effective and readable code. A good software developer should be pragmatic, not a fanatic. I can teach you not only how to write symbols, but also how to think in the proper way.

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Price per week: $159
Time zone: GMT +1
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  • Stas Mehonoshin

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    I've worked on a dozen of different Rails apps and can learn you how to use Rails effectively, rapidly implement your startups' MVP and see a difference between code and solid product.

    • ruby
    • ansible
    • elasticsearch
    • ruby on rails
    • docker
    • trailblazer
    • microservices
    • oop
    • interviews
    • leadership
  • Victor Shepelev

    Reviews: 15

    Passionate Ruby programmer for more than ten years. Can teach from the very beginning, or help junior/middle programmers in mastering the excellence.

    • ruby
    • rspec
    • opensource
    • open data
    • code quality
    • sinatra
    • backend

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Core skills

  • web-development
  • git
  • node.js
  • javascript
  • python
  • oop
  • ruby
  • rspec
  • ruby on rails
  • docker
  • nginx
  • mysql
  • swift
  • postgresql
  • ml
  • mongodb
  • backend
  • aws
  • gems

Specialization

  • Web-applications on Ruby on Rails

    Worked with plenty of projects, from MVPs to huge web-services with dozens of microservices and distributes DBs. Can help you move forward towards such a beautiful life.

  • Programming in Ruby

    I used to work with Rails, pure Ruby, Grape, even Hanami. I saw great and awful architecture, tons of legacy code and well-used patterns. Can help you to not become spagetti-code writer.

  • Public Cloud

    Will support you in building a reliable and scalable cloud infrastructure. I'll guide you through the jungle of Amazon Web Services solutions and help to pick and set up the needed ones.

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What the paid period includes?

Unlimited messaging in a private chat;

An individual study plan;

Practical tasks and professional code review;

Lifetime access to the mkdev club where you can find help, advice from professionals and job offers.

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Experience

I started my career as a system administrator. In one point I started to work in software development company as an admin and then started to use Bash, Ruby and etc. A while later I realized that for me programming is much more interesting than just utilizing already created tools and switched my role to Junior Software Developer. After one year of work, I felt that I need more adventures and tried myself as a freelancer. Everything worked great so I started thinking about creating software development company. Voila! That's how Racoons Group had been created. In that company, I was a lead tech person, mentored juniors, made project estimations, participated in architecture planning etc. In 2016 life turned differently and company had been closed. Since that time I work in Germany as a Senior Software Engineer, focused mostly on the backend and infrastructure part.

I have a blog, where I write about both introductory how-to articles and more advanced topics http://zonov.me/ I speak at local meetups (Ruby User Group, Voice Interfaces) and conferences (DevOpsDays Berlin). My forte is to learn quickly. During hackathons and pet projects I tried to work with a bunch of technologies: Python, Elixir, Swift, React Native, Clojure. But every day and the most beloved is still Ruby and sometimes JS on both frontend and backend sides. Also Go recently came into my life and I enjoy its simplicity.

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