- site: https://artyom.me
- email: email@example.com
- Github: @neongreen (most of my repositories are under the @aelve organisation)
- Telegram: @lightgreen
- Skype: mayangreen
I'm a self-taught Haskeller with one year of professional experience (6 years overall). In the past I successfully participated in ACM-style programming competitions; if needed, I'd be able to refresh my knowledge of algorithms quickly.
I enjoy writing tutorials and documenting things, and I care about usability more than I care about principles.
I speak Russian and English.
- I have dropped out of university.
- I have a job right now so I'll only be available for any offers from September 2017 (but hey, if your offer is awesome I'll consider leaving earlier).
- Besides Haskell, I don't have much experience with other languages.
I've been studying and using Haskell for 6 years. I have experience with:
Server-side programming: for a client, I wrote a backend for a static website hosting (with Snap and Sqlite), a CLI tool for interacting with it, and parts of the server and Liquid markup parser/renderer.
Parsing: for the same client, I designed a small JSONPath-like language for extracting data from JSON and MessagePack files and wrote a parser and an intepreter for it.
Template Haskell: rewrote a big TH module for my yet-unreleased Aeson fork; know enough to implement a version of
GUI: have written several utilities using GTK.
FFI: have written code for simulating keypresses on Linux.
Interfacing with REST APIs: have written a bot for Telegram together with a binding for Telegram API.
I have several yet-unreleased projects; the one that I'm working on right now is a site for collaborative notes on Haskell libraries.
Several years ago I've been actively participating in IOI/ACM-style programming competitions:
- Belarusian National Olympiad (2012): 15th place, silver
- All-Russian Team Olympiad (2011): 10th place, bronze
- Moscow Open Olympiad in Programming (2012): silver
I have basic knowledge of SQL, and Sqlite in particular (where “basic knowledge” means “enough to write a backend for a static website hosting”). I also know some C, Pascal, and Nim.