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I create software and write about tech, business and startups. I have been published in companies such as Twilio, Level Up Coding and Entrepreneur's Handbook.
I worked there from 8/2020 until now
Cross-industry software and AWS certified cloud engineer, responsible for building complex e-commerce applications and API-led integrations. Key Responsibilities: . Creation of Serverless architecture using AWS Lambdas. . Played a key role in developing an end-to-end e-commerce platform for a major UK car dealership. . Engaged with stakeholders, Partners and CEOs to understand business issues and derive appropriate solutions. . Maintained and enhanced existing applications. . Designed and dev
I worked there from 4/2019 until 9/2020
Key Responsibilities: . Create web design proposals in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. . Independently develop fully responsive websites from sta
Company: Ijeoma Nelson
I worked there from 9/2014 until 4/2019