Senior engineer looking for partners


I have been working in this industry, god knows, since the internet got in our houses, over 20 years. I am a self-thought programmer who started coding on my own back in the 90s on Commodore64 with BASIC if anyone remembers :). Over the years I tried to keep up with new technologies and languages as fast as I can catch. Currently, I am more focused on front-end development with React + Redux and AWS, Serverless on the backend side.

I had worked with several industries, small, start-up, government, corporate-level companies over the years, building great products. In my past life, I worked as IBM Lotus Notes workflow engineer at FenBilisim Izmir - IBM Turk solution partner (DrOetker, AkzoNobel, DYO, DYO BASK, Lotus Workflow Charts projects), Lead Engineer at Miles in Georgia Department of Economic Development account ( rebuilt exploregeorgia.org, marketgeorgia.org. filmgeorgia.com, georgia.org - some of them already had changed since I left), Senior Frontend Engineer at agileThougt in Deloitte (Omnia project), etc... You may see my previous projects, awards & honors, and work experience in my Linkedin account more in detail.

I love coding and what I do for a living. So my partnership proposal is mostly coding, architecture, and technical parts of the business/project. I can not give up coding even I won the lottery today. So if you are looking for a manager that doesn't need to code, I might not be the right person.
My main focus and technical experience are AWS, serverless, node, javascript, reactjs, and Php ( yup it is still alive and has demand - mostly Laravel and Symfony- ).

What I can put on the table as my share of partnership is; my technical skills and experience of 20+ years of this industry, bottlenecks, use-cases, architectural designs, coding, and such.
If you have a project in mind or MVP and looking for a tech partner/cofounder to partner up, shoot me an email, schedule a 1:1 zoom meeting in my calendly, or comment below.

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/serdar-sanri
SO: stackoverflow.com/users/1911146/serdar-sanri
Calendly: https://calendly.com/serdarsanri/30min

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    Hi Serdar - I'm Shane from Virtual Self and I'm building a product to support people in better understanding, accessing and controlling their personal data. If this sounds like something that interests you or you'd like to learn more, please get in touch at [email protected] Thanks and best of luck.

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    Hey Serdar, what a wealth of experience! Sounds like you’ve got a lot to teach, I’m on the lookout for a partner, see my post here - https://www.indiehackers.com/post/thought-about-exploring-redwood-js-8e042467c9 if you like serverless, you might like redwood.js

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      Hi, very interesting concept. I will definitely take a look. I never heard of redwood.js might need to go through their documentation to see what is happening in the background. When it comes to stuff like redwood, I am usually hesitant because most of the stuff is strictly opiniated. I like to build from scratch and as minimal dependency as possible. That allows me to understand and know each and every part of the application much better. So when it comes to fixing a bug, I don't have to understand someone else's mindset to fix it, or worse wait for them to fix their stuff so mine works. But also it looks like there is good community behind redwood.

      Meanwhile if you can send me an account for strive, I would love to take a look at it as well.

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    I'm currently looking for a technical co-founder. Our product is live if you'd like to check it out: idenati.com/about

    Feel free to shoot me an email if it looks interesting to you: [email protected]

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      Hi Jeremy, sorry for late reply. idenati definitely a great idea and concept. Love the purpose and how it is being carried out. I am a clutter person and would definitely try idenati. Can you send me an email on your thoughts about where do you think my expertise and skills would fit as co-founder. It does feel like you have already done amazing job, I am not sure where would I stand. Thanks

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        I just sent you a linkedin message

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