Adam Czerepinski

Software Engineer
Summary

I'm a software engineer with experience translating business requirements and objectives into fully-realized solutions. I build web applications, services, and APIs with robust test coverage, carefully considered architectures, and empathy for the end user.

Languages

Go, JavaScript, Ruby, Elixir, Python, PHP

Frameworks, Libraries, Other Skills

Rails, Phoenix, Flask, Codeigniter, React, Cobra, PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, Memcached, NGINX, Git, Bash, Webpack, HTML, CSS, Sass, TDD

Experience
America's Test Kitchen - Boston, MA (Remote)

Software Engineer, March 2018 - Present

Associate Software Engineer, May 2016 - March 2018

At America's Test Kitchen, I build and maintain a portfolio of food and recipe websites, including americastestkitchen.com, cookscountry.com, cooksillustrated.com, and onlinecookingschool.com. Our tech stack varies per project, including Go, JavaScript, Ruby/Rails, Elixir/Phoenix, React/Redux, PostgreSQL, NGINX, Memcached, Redis.

Geisel Software, Inc. - Shrewsbury, MA

Software Engineer, August 2015 - April 2016

Geisel Software is a consultancy specializing in Internet of Things & embedded development. I primarily worked for a client that was developing an IoT device in the healthcare space. I developed a web application used to administer and support their devices (PHP/Codeigniter/MySQL), and contributed to the device's touch screen UI (Python/Flask/JavaScript).

Flatiron School - New York, NY

Web Development Immersive March 2015 - June 2015

Flatiron School's immersive program included one month of independent "pre-work" and three months on-site at their Manhattan location. The curriculum spanned full stack web development, including Ruby, Rails, Sinatra, HTML, CSS, SQL, Git, JavaScript, jQuery, and object oriented design patterns.

Education
Manhattan School of Music - New York, NY

Doctor of Musical Arts, Jazz Arts Advancement (2009)

Master of Music, Jazz Performance (2004)

Berklee College of Music - Boston, MA

Bachelor of Music, Jazz Composition (2002)