Lightspeed POS Inc. - Montréal

Lightspeed POS Inc. is a leader in the point-of-sale market providing on-site or cloud based retail systems as well as restaurant oriented, and omni-channel commerce solutions.

Back-End Developer (March 2015 to January 2020).

  • Develop software modules, services, and APIs.
  • Build unit, functional and behavioural tests.
  • Build automated user interface tests.
  • Refactor some code artifacts.
  • Take part in the improvement of the development processes.
  • Integrate the tools used for continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD).
  • Contribute to set up the development environment.
  • Perform code reviews.
  • Analyze business requirements.
  • Elaborate technical solutions to fulfil those requirements.
  • Produce architecture and software documentation.
  • Optimize code and SQL queries.
  • Set-up, configure and manage GCP and AWS based infrastructure.
  • Cover on-call shifts in case of indicidents with production system.

PHP, MAC OSX, CentOS LINUX, MYSQL, NoSQL, MongoDB, Cassandra, PHPUnit, Git, Vim, Docker, Docker Compose, Kubernetes, Minikube, Python, Flask, PyTest, Tox, Selenium, AWS, Elastic Beanstalk, SQS, S3, DynamoDB, SWF, PaaS, SaaS, CONFLUENCE, GitHub, STASH, JIRA, Jenkins, Concourse CI, Maven, Sbt, VirtualBox, Vagrant, TDD, BDD, New Relic, Datadog, Apache, Nginx, Laravel, Mixpanel, Zookeeper, Kafka, Maxwell, Memcache, Redis, REST, OpenAPI, RAML, Swagger, Java, Scala, Play, Spray, Akka, Hbase, Phoenix, Kudu, Impala, Spanner, Pubsub, Cloud SQL, Cloud Storage, Looker, Snowflake, Data Pipeline, Data Warehouse, Data Lake, OAuth 2, OpenID Connect, Go, Echo, Microservices, Helm, Terraform, Cloud Dataproc, Presto DB, Hive, BigQuery.

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