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Summary

Maybe it is a cliche, but I am the kind of person who likes to learn new things every day and to be aware of the latest technologies. In my free time I like reading books,playing board games or playing with my cat.

Work experience

2015

DevOps /Continuous Integration Engineer

Axway

My daily tasks requires:

- a working understanding of code and script ( C, Java, Javascript, Nodejs, Reactjs, Maven, Bash, Python )

- knowledge of best practices when it comes to Jenkins, SonarQube, Npm , Docker, Gitlab, Svn, Artifactory, Nexus

- debugging skills to identify problems and driving the problem to a permanent resolution 

- ability to communicate clearly and offer solutions to certain situations

- ability to work effectively with technical and non-technical colleagues

- organizational skills

- monitoring infrastructure

- automating tasks

- ownership of DevOps Support

20142015

Intern

Axway

This was the moment when I learned more about what it means to be part of a team and start learning about Maven, Jenkins, Artifactory, Nexus. 

Skills

SonarQube
Jenkins
Communication
Maven
Scripting ( bash,shell,python)
Git
Docker
Javascript

Education

20092013

Bachelor's degree ,field of study Microelectronics, optoelectronics and nanotechnology

Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology , Iasi

- Integrated Circuits: digital, analog

- Technological bases of microelectronics technological

I contributed to the project ARPIC (an academic platform for IC development). In March 2013 the first test chip realized through the ARPIC framework was sent to factory. The chip contained 20 functional blocks developed by teams within the three participating universities(the University ‘POLITEHNICA’ University of Bucharest, the “Technical University of Cluj-Napoca” and the ‘Gheorghe Asachi’ Technical University of Iasi.), comprising over 20 academics and postgraduate students.The test chip was implemented in the AMS H18 process, and occupied 9mm2, prepared for a 64-pin CQFP package.

I designed in Cadence a temperature sensor used for measuring the body temperature.This consists of two current sources which generate the current row with a switch to a current-frequency converter that generates a signal proportional to the rectangular frequency of an output current. The microcontroller will make decisions based on the application.If we measure the temperature,the microcontroller interprets the difference between the two frequencies generated by the input currents.

20052009

High school diploma ,field of study Mathematics and Computer Science

National College of "Roman Voda"

Main Subjects studied:
- Mathematics
- Computer science
- Physics