|Communications||Public speaking Writing Podcasting|
|Programming||Java Kotlin Python JS TS Scala|
|Architecture||Microservices Data Storage Architecture Distributed Systems|
|Data Engineering||Apache Spark Architecture EMR Kafka GCP Storages|
Developer Advocate, JetBrains2021-02 — Present Berlin, Germany
My primary goals as developer advocate for the Big Data Tools plugin are to interact with the community to find trends that will help to make the pluginmore useful to widen its audience. I do content marketing, give talks and record thematic podcasts.
- Writing the Data Engineering Annotated Monthly
- Writing the Big Data World series: https://jb.gg/big-data-world
- Maintaining Kotlin API for Apache® Spark
- Was PC member of the biggest Data Engineering conference in Russia: SmartData
- Recording DEbrief Podcast: for some time it was on the first lines of tech news podcasts
- Giving talks on different data-related topics, for example Testing Data Pipelines
- Creating learning materials, primarily in the form of videos in our Twitter account @BigDataTools
- Support users in our Slack channel
- Participating in lots of data-related chats in Slack, Telegram, and Discord
Software Engineer, JetBrains2020-02 — 2021-02 Moscow, Russia
Building Big Data Tools for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate (https://jb.gg/bdt)
Author and maintainer of Kotlin for Apache® Spark™ (https://github.com/JetBrains/kotlin-spark-api)
WMS Team Leader, Data Engineer, Lamoda2018-09 — 2020-02 Moscow, Russia
As a team lead, I'm
Improving development process
Performing code reviews
Solve technological tasks, such as
1) Clustering of application 2) Improving testing architecture
3) Complex refactorings
Also, I was part of lamoda.tech brand team. As a member, I'm
speaking at conferences/meetups
standing on our stand at conferences
participate in speaker improvement in our speaker club
- Gave multiple talks on topics related with Kotlin
- Standing on the booth on the one of the biggest conferences in Russia: Highload++ for 2 consecutive days each year
CIO at Digital Business block, Home Credit Bank2017-11 — 2018-09 Moscow, Russia
My primary responsibility is to set up and fix the (where broken) development and testing process.
My main achievements are:
have reoriented development from IT-centric to business-centric
have almost wholly eliminated overtimes
with changes have created a positive trend in bug elimination
- we have created a transparent stakeholders' communication and prioritization process
Development tech lead, Sberbank Realty center2016-07 — 2017-11 Moscow, Russia
Tech leadership on Java developers, planning, and task decomposition.
Communication with business. Candidates interviews.
The system, a de facto analog of the bill of credit, is performed without a bank license.
The system is built with:
Java 8, Kotlin Spring
React+Redux for frontend.
All the system works in the Kubernetes environment (and in Docker).
In my first month in the company, I created an architectural overview of the whole company ecosystem. I've created the presentation, where I made some accents on the most influencing weaknesses of existing solutions and proposed ways to improve the situation. Most of the ideas from this presentation are now accepted as rules for development in the company.
Software architect, ATOL2015-12 — 2016-07 Moscow, Russia
I've achieved the following results:
Got basic knowledge about retail business
Under conditions of constantly changing requirements, I've created a team, process, and product that can quickly adapt to these requirements.
Brought a product into production exploitation (in the beta-test stage)
Technical stack is:
Spring Boot with Cloud, Security, MVC, Core, JDBC, Cache, AMQP
Team Lead, NII Voskhod2014-02 — 2015-12 Moscow, Russia
My responsibilities include:
Management of team up to 5 people, task assignment, planning.
Also I work as a senior developer, so I have responsibility for final product architecture and things like deployment process automation, documentation etc.
We're developing enterprise-class application, which controls federal system of electronic data exchange and intercommunication.
Author, CHIP2013-05 — 2013-11 Moscow, Russia
Wrote articles about linux for CHIP DVD.
Developer, URAN IBTAE RAN2009-03 — 2014-01 Moscow, Russia
standart library, apache commons, JPA, google guava, Eclipse RCP, Hibernate (basic knowledge)
Research development: Metawidget, GWT, Vaadin, many other libs
I am first in our team, who used mockito in unit tests.
Groovy, Scala and Kotlin (basic)
Build engineering: Jenkins CI, Maven Setup servers for development - all infrastructure work: OS setup, all necessary soft
Strong knowledge of Unix-based OS'es - ubuntu, centos, fedora
Higher School of Economics2007-09 — 2009-06 Moscow, Russia
Higher School of Economics2003-09 — 2007-06
Pavel is one of the brightest persons that I've ever seen! He is quickly learning new stuff, very positive with an open mind, eager to discover new horizons. I like (and I continue to learn from him) his attitude for mistakes and conflicts.
I remember that when we worked together, we found a synergy between us that helped both of us to grow faster. Our communication also created a strong relationship that is still alive, and I always like to meet him over and over. If one day we are able to work together again, I will be happy!