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On February 2nd, 2022, I joined AWS Outposts, an organization focused on bringing innovative local cloud solutions to customers all over the world. I built and maintaned serverless solutions built on AWS in Kotlin, working with internal customers to define, design and develop scalable cloud services.


I started to work for Rockstar New England video game studio, helping create a massive automation system that facilitates work for hundreds of game developers.


On September 2nd, I graduated as Valedictorian from Neumont College of Computer Science with a Bachelors in Software and Game Development.


On January 17, 2020, I have presented my Capstone project "Radical;Gate" in front of the whole school at Neumont Capstone Invitational. My project was picked as the Industry Partner Selection by local tech leaders.


On New Year's Eve, DolpGames released a new game, CyberRussia 2080, for a competition called Molnija Jam. I have led this project, managing a team of modelers and artists, with me as the sole programmer and story writer. CyberRussia took 1st prize, and earned our team a cash prize.


As part of DolpGames, I released a game called "The Way to Uganda", which used the internet hype to gather over 150,000 downloads and earned our team over $2500 within a month. Sadly, the game was later taken down on bogus copyright claims.


In 2017, I graduated high school and enrolled into Neumont College of Computer Science to study Software and Game Development.


In the summer of 2016, I joined Dolpgames Indie team and in October we released our first game, Newold. It was released on Steam and earned me pocket money for a couple years.


In 2015, I published my first game - UpsideDown. It is a simple arcade/runner game for Android.


In 2013, my family arrived in the United States.


I was born in 1999 in Kyiv, Ukraine.