- I am pretty good at JS / NodeJS / security / performance / web / code quality stuff,
- I know how to make other developers around me work smarter and be more productive,
described in this blog post and
- I make the company more attractive to other top notch engineers
Spent 3 years at Kensho working on
how world events affect financial markets.
I worked at uTest for half a year, mostly bringing together and updating various front end technology stacks.
I worked for a year at MathWorks, helping to bring the power of MATLAB to the browser.
Earlier I spent four years as a researcher at EveryScape, writing panorama stitching and 3D modeling software. Before that I worked calibrating 3D laser scanners and developing white light scanners. Even before that I wrote distributed database access software that worked across Objective-C, C and Java systems.
I am a member of multiple meetups in the Boston area and spoke about
code coverage and testing,
technical debt visualization,
best practices for handling dependencies,
agile software quality,
Chrome code snippets and many other topics.
testing code and modular development.
You can find most of my slide decks at slides.com/bahmutov.
Doctorate from Purdue University (West Lafayette, Indiana) working with Dr. Voicu Popescu (adviser) and Dr. Mihai Mudure (fellow candidate), developing a novel scanning sensor. We were building 3D models of rooms in real time using a video camera and a bunch of lasers. If you were afraid of lasers, you could be anywhere else in the world, observing the results over the internet, as our system was smart enough to incrementally update the 3D model and send the results in real time.
Some of my github repositories are not up to date, while I am working on cleaning up the code.