By working as Ruby backend developer, I learn efficiently how to use tools like Rake, RVM, and bundle. To develop and test Seluxit's backend I use daily numerous library (Rubygems). Particularly I work hard with Rspec, for testing, Eventstream and Rack.
In a period of searching for a good database to work with, I collaborate in two open-source projects. I develop a gem for ArangoDB, called ArangoRB (available here), and I collaborate for a gem for OrientDB, called active-orient (available here).
At Seluxit ApS I tested differently type of NoSQL database. The main ones that interest me particularly were Couchbase, ArangoDB, OrientDB. For their graph idea I enjoy so much the last two that I develop two gems for them, ArangoRB and Active-Orient respectively.
I have a good experience with relational databases since my old website www.yeyedo.com was created by using a MySQL database.
I own an excellent knowledge about many mathematical softwares, as Maple and MatLab. Since my field of research are coding theory and cryptography, I have developed a great competence in computer algebra systems as MAGMA, Singular, and Sage. Other mathematical languages that I extensively use are R, for statistics, LaTeX, to write mathematical papers, and Fortran 95, for numerical analysis.
I often used C++ to create some general math program.
One website of my creation, before starting to work at Seluxit, is available by desktop or mobile at this address: www.yeyedo.com. The code of this website is accessible on a personal repository on Bitbucket.
I have basic knowledge in C++, Python and Java. I used C++ for a university project and for statistical tests during my Master thesis. Python was extensively used to create efficient mathematics programs.
For testing my ability I created some programs in Java, available in the project section of this website.
I am good to use all the basic program of GNU Linux and MS Windows. Beside to be able to use Open Office, MS Office or GIMP, I have a good knowledge in the management of a Cloud database.
I like to experiment with my Operative Systems: for this purpose I tried many Linux distributions. Currently I am trying something similar with a Raspberry Pi 2.