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Resume

Josh Bavari
2623 Juniper Avenue, Boulder, CO
Email: JBavari@gmail.com

Background Summary

10 years of experience of strong analysis & software development in server side technologies & system design. Extensive experience with web, desktop and mobile technologies using DevOps principles.

Technical competencies

Elixir, C#, Ruby, JavaScript, Docker, Java, Puppet, PostgreSQL, Node.js, React/Angular/Ionic/Electron frameworks, and domain modeling.

Professional Experience

Canvas Technology, Software Engineer, Web Team Tech Lead December 2015 – Present

  • Tech lead of 3 engineers to continue development on our core web server application.
  • Responsible for system design and integration of the company’s fleet management, configuration management system, and deployment system.
  • Designed and developed command & control system for an autonomous robotic system.
  • Contributed to the overall IT needs (provisioning, network/field support, training/mentoring, and security measures).

Ionic, Software Engineer December 2014 – Nov 2015

  • Maintain all aspects of customer CLI usage for the Ionic Framework.

RaiseMore, Software Engineer, January 2012 – Aug 2014

  • Worked on a small team start up company, alumni of start up accelerator program VentureSpur.
  • Development of social platform for a mobile application, analytics dashboard, media processing queue server, and REST public API.

Chesapeake Energy, Software Engineer Nov 2010 – Aug 2012

Development of intranet web applications for mapping fracking & drilling activity. Worked with multiple teams to put together a multi-threaded job processing system in C#.

GENASCIS, Software Engineer June 2010 – Nov 2010

  • Development of integration framework for third party systems and 2FA integration to system.

MediaQuake, Software Engineer May 2007 – Jan 2008

  • Developed web crawler in C# to convert text news sources to audio podcasts.

Education

  • University of Central Oklahoma, B.S. Computer Science June 2003 – Dec 2007