Krzysztof Ożóg

Krzysztof Ożóg

Cracow, Poland
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Krzysztof Ożóg

Krzysztof Ożóg

Cracow, Poland
Member since August 26, 2014
Krzysztof is a skilled Symfony developer with excellent knowledge of Symfony2, PHP, and OOP coding practices and familiarity with continuous integration workflow and continuous delivery. He can work with simple front-end features using TWIG, Twitter Bootstrap 3, LESS/CSS, HTML5 and JS/jQuery. He has a strong knowledge of Git workflow and enjoys working with startups and mobile development.
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  • Codesushi
    PHP, Symfony2, HTML, JavaScript, Twitter Bootstrap
  • PHP, 8 years
  • Symfony2, 5 years
  • Linux, 9 years
  • MySQL, 5 years
  • PostgreSQL, 2 years
Cracow, Poland
Preferred Environment
Ubuntu, Vim, Git, Vagrant, Ansible
The most amazing... I have developed is a video chat feature for RLN corp. It consisted of video streaming, text chat, and time billing features.
  • cofounder
    2010 - PRESENT
    • Created an API for a sports related mobile app using a Slim framework.
    • Built an event promoting site in Symfony2 with heavy usage of a Cloudinary API for image processing.
    • Developed a real-time video streaming solution with various billing options, using Symfony2, Wowza Media Server, Redis and NodeJS.
    • Programmed the API and a back-office panel that powers a mobile app for estimating the cost of LED screens.
    Technologies: PHP, Symfony2, HTML, JavaScript, Twitter Bootstrap
  • (Development)

    An API that backs its corresponding mobile app with support of multi-currency settings and on-demand PDF generation.

  • (Development)

    Modification of registration flow and integration with a Twilio API for confirmation of mobile phone numbers.

  • Pirelli Pzero Club (Development)

    A loyalty platform for Pirelli Polska, it embodies complex rules for earning profits. To ease development, I used Sonata bundles for the admin area.

  • ERunner (Development)

    Working with a distributed remote team on Symfony2 projects, code reviews were conducted by a former Sensio labs (creators of Symfony2 framework) employee.

  • JamSesh (Development)

    Social network for aspiring musicians that want to broadcast their jam sessions. Rewrote the service in Symfony 2 and fixed problems with Wowza Media server.

  • (Development)

    Portal for booking of curated tours and activities in cities around the world. Optimized the source code and integrated it with TourCMS and Rezdy API.

  • Voltstreet (Development)

    A solution for comparing power supply plans.

  • (Development)

    Integrated Stripe into the gift card platform.

  • Quiltsbyme (Development)

    Solution for quilting enthusiasts in which they could share their quilt designs. Rewrote the service in the Laravel 5 framework.

  • FleetClean (Development)

    Complex and dynamic forms for estimating costs of cleaning a company fleet.

  • RLN project (Development)

    RLN project for a UK based client: A big social platform, the development of which included creating complex profiles, video chat, and video sharing.

  • Forex Gamification (Development)

    Forex gamification platform for a Polish client: Developed a platform that enabled users to challenge each other on how well they perform on the Forex market. The project relied heavily on semi real-time data provided by

  • CRM Goldpartner (Development)

    CRM for a multi-level marketing company selling financial and
    insurance products.

  • Fonline (Development)

    Polish startup for crowd based user-to-user services like accommodations, selling used things, inviting people to events, or car sharing. It relied on mobile technology and SMS for micropayments.

  • EKlient (Development)

    A tool which helps people publish used car advertisements on 26 popular used-car trade portals.

  • Wycengo (Development)

    Used car value estimation web application. It enables users to get an online evaluation of their car based on big data analysis.

  • Kupgo (Development)

    A used car classified listings portal. It’s a platform combining several ad sources including a distributed network of agents and their desktop software.

  • Mobartis (Development)

    A four-year cooperative effort featuring integrations with Polish mobile operators.

  • Online Video with Wowza and Amazon Elastic Transcoder (Publication)
    Performance and data interoperability are critical to the success of any web application. For web apps that need to support video processing -- which is inherently compute- and I/O-intensive -- these challenges are particularly acute. In this post, I describe some of my experience successfully incorporating video capabilities into a PHP-based web app, leveraging open source technologies and cloud-based services to the greatest extent possible.
  • Languages
    PHP, JavaScript, WSDL, YAML, Bash, C, Python, HTML5
  • Frameworks
    Symfony2, Twitter Bootstrap
  • Tools
    HipChat, Terminal, Redmine, Trello, Asana, Pivotal Tracker, Mercurial, Vim, Git, JIRA, Ansible, Vagrant
  • Paradigms
    Object-oriented Programming (OOP), REST, Web App Development, Agile Software Development, Scrum, Kanban
  • Platforms
  • Storage
    PostGIS, PostgreSQL, MySQL
  • Libraries/APIs
    Google Maps, Balanced Payments API, Google+ API, jQuery, Mailgun API, Mad Mimi API, Mandrill API, Doctrine 2, LinkedIn API, Instagram API, Foursquare API, MailChimp API, Twitter API, Facebook API, Underscore.js
  • Misc
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
    Pedagogical University of Cracow - Poland
    2007 - 2009
  • Master's degree in Philosophy
    Pedagogical University of Cracow - Poland
    2003 - 2009
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