Individual approach. Vlad — a full-stack developer.

  1. Vlad has good activity on github. Commits started in 2016. It was around then that he started working in the Cuba Platform team, and in the last half of the year he’s been working very hard, many commits were made on weekends. In total more than 700 contributions have already been made and the majority (64%) are committed to projects.
  2. There are 29 open source projects. Most of their names (18 of 29) contain the word ‘cuba’. It looks like many of his github projects are related to this platform.
  1. Vlad has quite a lot of experience in developing software products. Since 2010, he has been working with the Haulmont team. Since 2016 he has been involved in developing the Cuba Platform open-source project. On Github, most of his projects are connected to this platform in one way or another.
  2. The Cuba Platform is open-source framework for developing web applications in Java. The project has been under development for 10 years and is based on the Spring framework. Vlad joined the project in 2011. Its commits are related to bug fixes and functionality improvements.
  3. The Cuba-Frontend Project is a graphical interface for the Cuba Platform. The project has been in existence since 2017. Vlad is the main contributor. The React and ReactNative libraries are actively used in the project.
  4. I also found several of his presentations at conferences as a speaker. Among the latest: 404camp in 2019 with the theme “Why does the Frontender Need Docker’’ and frontdays in 2018 with “Current state of Web Components.”

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