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These favorite past projects have been instrumental in my journey. Alongside them, I've been engaged in various exciting projects, with the majority being private. However, I have plans to release more open-source projects soon.


SwooplySwooply - real-time API to save money and maximize Amazon deals and freebies

Together with another developer, I created Swooply, a powerful APIaaS that we constantly updated to stay ahead of the competition. By architecting our system and fighting antibots, we managed to ingest, analyze, and forward hundreds of thousands of deals to customers. We developed Swooply using Go, Redis, Postgres and countless custom implementations.


SnipSnip - e-commerce automation

As the co-founder of Snip, I was solely responsible for creating both the desktop application and backend using technologies such as TypeScript, Electron, React, Redux, Babel, TailwindCSS, Fastify, Websockets, Prisma, and Postgres. Despite being the only person responsible for development, I ensured that the platform was able to efficiently analyze and distribute deals across multiple platforms and clients. However, I voluntarily left the company due to co-founder complications.


DreamCarsDreamCars - the better way to buy and sell classic or collectible cars

As a full stack developer at DreamCars, I was part of both the frontend and backend teams. I was responsible for the listing process of cars, payment handling, and developed React components (using TypeScript, Next.js, and Chakra UI) as well as REST-API routes (using Fastify, Prisma, and PostgreSQL).

Cop Supply

Cop SupplyCop Supply - link list for bots, proxies, cook groups and more

Cop Supply is the go-to link list in the reselling industry, providing a comprehensive directory of links for all your sneaker reselling needs. As part of the team, my role included the development of Discord bots using TypeScript, Discord.js and MongoDB, as well as PHP-based website customizations and enhancements.


Software Engineer • 2023