Anatoly is a software engineer in the core development team of Paylogic. His day to day job is a combination of devops, team management, contact with other departments in Paylogic and contact with external parties (technology partners).
He has been programming for more than 11 years now. He started with python at 2006 and is still in love with it. However, he always liked functional programming, and in particular clojure. You can contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via linkedin.
Andrey is a software engineer in Paylogic. Participated in several team Services and Interfaces. His job is implementing new user interfaces and APIs also he takes care about tests' code base.
He has been programming for more than 5 years now. He started with Python at 2008.
Berco is CTO of Paylogic. Besides being CTO and running a high-tech company he loves everything related to software engineering. Whether it's diving into the architecture of proper REST API's or advances in programming languages, Berco is always getting his hands dirty. With a background in distributed systems he has a particular interest in big, distributed, fault-tolerant systems. After spending too much time with Prolog and Java Berco is happy to say most of his current coding is in Python.
You can contact Berco by sending an email to: email@example.com.
Dmitry is a Ph.D. Student at Queen Mary University of London.
Lars is the team lead of Engineering at Paylogic. He is happy working on anything related to software engineering, be it coding or requirements engineering and project management, and as such can find his place in any team. His specialty is to turn vague ideas and dreams into concrete and real systems and solutions. He however dislikes people who write about themselves in the third person.
Oleg is a Python programmer at Paylogic.
Graduated from National Technical University of Ukraine in 2003, had various software engineering experience in outsourcing and switched to Python since 2006. Oleg is an author of pytest-bdd library and contributes to other open source projects. His focus is on in-depth knowledge of the Python libraries and frameworks as well as on improving internal company framework and tooling that makes software development easier and more fun.
Òscar is one of Paylogic's architecture team. He's currently working on the Paylogic's new API that will allow third parties to sell tickets using Paylogic through their own sites and apps. He is a passionate supporter of clear, simple and well designed code.
When he is not coding or designing software, or reading books about it, he is probably biking around on his recumbent bike, messing around with improv comedy or desecrating old master's works on his piano.
Peter is the team lead of the operational IT team. His day to day job is a combination of devops, team management, contact with other departments in Paylogic and contact with external parties (technology partners).
He started programming when he was twelve and he has a passion for automation, packaging and high availability. If it can be automated he'll do it at some point :-). You can contact him through his Twitter account or by sending him an e-mail.
Spyros is working as a software engineer in Paylogic. He is a firm believer of the idea that software engineering is not just a craftsmanship, which has something to do with computers. Software engineering is about collaboration and communication between groups of people to solve real-life problems by using innovative technologies. That is why he enjoys doing it. Besides computers though, Spyros likes to go out with friends, watch movies, play piano, do improv comedy, and study and learn about new technologies.
Feel free to contact Spyros by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If what you read so far seems interesting, you can read more about Spyros in his linkedin profile and personal site.