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phone ~ +1 412 608 7457 (US)

email ~ deniz.dizman@gmail.com

web ~ deniz.dizman.org

Consulting / contracting (01.2013 - 04.2018)

After working as team member in different software companies, I decided that switching to a contractor/consultant role would be the next step I would like to take. Below are some of the clients that I have worked with and the projects I have implemented for them.

trendyol.com

Trendyol is one of the top 5 players in the Turkish e-commerce market.

n11.com

Technology and development consulting for various projects for n11.com

Indie game development

tapu.com

Consulting for tapu.com EarlyBird VC funded startup. Implementation of the site features in Java and Javascript and administration of the servers on AWS. Voted one of the hottest startups in 2016 by wired magazine (http://www.wired.co.uk/article/european-startups-2016-istanbul)

E-bebek.com

Hybris development consulting for e-bebek.com. Complete rewrite and migration of the existing system to the hybris platform.

Innovera

Development of a distributed load testing, and DDOS simulation platform that runs on EC2 for Innovera.

turkcellmuzik.com

Complete rewrite of the web client for the music streaming platform turkcellmuzik.com for turkcell as a single page application. Development of a payments infrastructure and integration with payment providers for turkcellmuzik.com

Rocket Internet GmBH - Team lead (10.2011 - 09.2012)

Leading a team in the development of (now defunct) e-commerce company zidaya.com / 30M EUR VC funding from Rocket Internet. Implementation on PHP Yii Framework and Zend framework. Linux + Nginx + MySql.

Vodafone - Development specialist (12.2010 - 10.2011)

Development of the IN systems at vodafone for pre-paid charging. Core Java 1.6 with emphasis on garbage collection performance issues due to the real-time nature of the platform.

Parkyeri - Developer (08.2005 - 11.2010)

Development of various projects for turkcell end user services. Implementations in Java (spring, servlet api) and PHP.

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