Mikhail Selivanov, Software Developer in Solna, Sweden
Mikhail Selivanov

Software Developer in Solna, Sweden

Member since August 15, 2013
Mikhail has extensive experience working as a back-end programmer and has completed numerous successful projects. He has been responsible for every part of the development process, including the implementation of business logic, performance tuning, writing deployment scripts, and more.
Mikhail is now available for hire



  • Java 14 years
  • Scala 5 years
  • Linux 5 years
  • Unit Testing 4 years
  • Functional Programming 4 years
  • Git 4 years


Solna, Sweden



Preferred Environment

IntelliJ IDEA, Git, Linux

The most amazing...

...software I've helped create is an authorization server written in D that uses in-memory triplets storage as a database.


  • Data Integration and Support Team Lead

    2013 - PRESENT
    RiskMatch LLC.
    • Created a bunch of UI components and backing code for them.
    Technologies: Amazon Web Services (AWS), AWS, Groovy, Grails
  • Senior Software Developer

    2011 - 2013
    Agunga LLC
    • Refactored a large body of obsolete code for an online gaming engine.
    • Created a stress testing tool for a network that was part of an online gaming engine.
    • Implemented numerous improvements to an online game back-end related to its architecture and game logic.
    • Created several utility applications for maintenance of the development process.
    • Created a game balance testing tool.
    Technologies: PHP, Shell Scripting, JavaScript, Scala, Java
  • Senior Software Developer

    2010 - 2011
    Social Development Agency of Komi Republic, Syktyvkar city
    • Created several GUI tools with data sheets, reports and an embedded database.
    • Created a web application for manipulating user network profiles (Scala, Vaadin).
    • Supported previously developed applications (Java, Scala).
    • Developed a CRUD web application for the passport office administrative database of Ukhta city.
    • Developed a consistency testing tool for the exchange file format of the Pension Fund Ministry of Komi Republic.
    Technologies: Shell Scripting, JavaScript, Scala, Java
  • Software Developer

    2008 - 2010
    LLC "Magnetosoft", Syktyvkar city
    • Migrated system modules from web services to a messaging system.
    • Took part in the creation of an authorization module written in D.
    • Ported a RabbitMQ C driver to D.
    • Created a prototype of a web GUI for composition of document flow routes (Java, JSF, JavaScript).
    • Supported various parts of a developed document flow system such as the document indexing service, data store, and document flow routing server (Java, Groovy, JSF).
    Technologies: D, Groovy, Java
  • Senior Software Engineer

    2006 - 2008
    Social Development Agency of Komi Republic, Syktyvkar city
    • Created a reusable library for working with DBF files.
    • Created several GUI applications with embedded databases.
    • Set up a traffic shaping/counting system and made a web UI for the visualization of traffic consumption (FreeBSD/NetFlow/RRDtool/MySQL).
    • Supported existent GUI projects written in Java and C++.
    • Handled several networking administration tasks such as router setup and issue resolution with the agency's computer network.
    Technologies: Groovy, Java
  • Software Developer

    2004 - 2006
    LLC "New Technology Center", Ukhta city
    • Created various forms and reports in Visual FoxPro 7.
    • Supported accounting software for housing utility companies.
    • Implemented numerous optimizations for existing company projects.
    • Ported pieces of DOS software written in FoxPro 2.5 to Visual FoxPro 7.
    • Created several GUI components using Win API.
    Technologies: Visual FoxPro


  • Magnetico

    I participated in the development of Magnetico, a document flow system. Magnetico turned out to be a significant improvement for the business process of Mondi Syktyvkar, an uncoated fine paper plant in Syktyvkar.

  • Buggy Java Code: The Top Most Common Mistakes That Java Developers Make (Publication)
    Java, a sophisticated programming language, has been dominating a number of ecosystems for quite a while. Portability, automated garbage collection, and its gentle learning curve are some of the things that make it a great choice in software development. However, like any other programming language, it is still susceptible to developer mistakes. This article explores the top 10 common mistakes Java developers make and some ways of avoiding them.


  • Languages

    Java, Scala, SQL
  • Tools

    Apache Airflow, Terraform, Git, Ansible
  • Paradigms

    Functional Programming, Unit Testing
  • Platforms

    Linux, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Storage

    MySQL, MongoDB
  • Frameworks

  • Other



  • Master's Degree in Computer Engineering
    2001 - 2006
    Management, Information, and Business Institute - Ukhta, Russia

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