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Flavius Aspra, top Ubiquitous language developerHire Now
Freelance Ubiquitous language developer in Ashburn, United States

I write, nurture and love clean, testable architectures. Language doesn't matter. I eat two technology stacks and a Linux meal a day.

I write, nurture and love clean, testable architectures. Language doesn't matter (PHP/C/Rust/Golang/Typescript/Python/Java). I eat two technology stacks and a Linux meal a day. How is that possible? After 15 years of programming, you start to not be in love with your toys anymore like a kid, and treat them as tools instead. What starts to matter after reaching a certain level is expressing ideas with code, not the code itself. It's the ideas that you share with your collegues, as well with the machine, that solve real-world problems that matter. Tools are just that, and in our area of expertise, they change over time quite rapidly. What stays relatively constant are the terminology, the algorithms, and the train of thoughts for solving a specific problem, given a specific scenario.
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Freelance Ubiquitous language developer in Ashburn, United States

CTO / Chief Architect at Acklen Avenue

I'm a Qa engineer working since 4 years ago in Acklen Avenue company as a tester, executing automated and manual testing, Test cases, regression testing.

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