Vladimir Varnavskiy


Vladimir Varnavskiy

.NET developer, Team lead, Head of Development
I am looking for a job where I can apply my abilities and be as helpful as possible. I can be both an average developer and a development team leader, if necessary.

I love people and programming, good at technology and do tasks on time.

Telegram: @navff


C#, .NET Framework, .NET Core, EF, EF Core, SQL,
Microsoft Visual Studio, Rider, WebStorm,

AngularJS, TypeScript, JavaScript
Git, Code review, Pull requests, Git flow

Responsibility, Leadership Skills, TDD, Clean Code

About me

I participated in various roles in 8 .NET projects:
- Privileged Access Management System (.net developer)
- Site for the tour operator (.net developer, project manager)
- Portal for announcements (.net developer, project manager)
- Portal for a management company with integration with enterprise management system (.net developer, project manager)
- Portal for finding hobbies (.net developer, project manager)
- Simple system for receiving and paying for orders (.net developer, project manager)
- Portal for booking recreation centres and sanatoriums (.net developer, project manager)
- Internal portal for a non-profit organization (.net developer, project manager)

I am fond of playing musical instruments, oriental philosophy, organize many events, coordinate the "Common Cause" project in Cherepovets.

I program in C# (.NET MVC) and know a little Angular (I can write a custom directive or pipe or interceptor).


Cherepovets Military Engineering Institute of Radio Electronics of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Cherepovets

Specialty: Radiophysics and Electronics

Work experience

February 2020
— currently
Fullstack software developer (Indeed-Id)
I am engaged in development in C # and Angular, I participate in code-review. Our team develops and maintains a PAM (privileged access management) system.
September 2016
— january 2020
Team leader, C# developer (Orientirum)
I supervised the entire development of the portal and served as an ideologist, product owner, product manager, lead developer, art director and sales assistant. Conducted code reviews of other backend developers and insisted on keeping the code clean. Introduced Clean Code, Clean Architecture principles to the team.

Unfortunately, the project was closed due to poor commercial development (I don't know how to do this, and there was no one else on the project).
October 2013
— january 2020
Owner (33kita Web studio)
I was in charge of the studio. I was looking for clients, signed contracts, managed projects, monitored the quality of work and acted as an art director.

Over time, I realized that working with a huge number of small clients is very difficult for me. I always had to keep in my head a lot of details about each client. So, I decided to work on one or two large projects.
October 2013
— january 2020
Head of the regional office (Medlinesoft)
I supported the work of developers, recruited staff. Sometimes I had to cover the holes with myself. For example, when it was necessary to urgently recruit testers and become the head of the testing department or an interim project manager.
February 2016
— july 2016
Development Team Leader (Business Lines - transport company)
I coordinated the work of a development team of 5 people. I set tasks in Jira, monitored the implementation, negotiated with related services on interaction (this was the most difficult thing). He left after six months because there were a lot of approvals in a large company.
December 2010
— march 2012
Head of regional office (R-Style SoftLab)
I opened a branch in Cherepovets from scratch. I found the first developers and later managed the branch. Resolved personnel, financial and economic issues.
December 2007
— march 2010
Communication network designer (Beeline)
I have designed communication networks. Designed how and where to lay the cable, what equipment to supply, coordinated access for installers to transit rooms, prepared drawings and went to the area.
August 2005
— november 2006
Teacher of technical disciplines (Armed Forces of the Russian Federation)
Taught the basics of radio communications to soldiers