Umut Aydin

Server-side Wizard

Software development has always been my best hobby and also my dream job since I was 14. Now, after more than 12 years as a professional, I can honestly say that dealing with a real-life problem to bring a 2-digits solution in a form of software architecture is a pure passion to me. Not just making it "work", also making it work right and stable. Because of that approach, I always design for what's coming instead of what it's at the moment.

The curiosity and the interest of problem solving which got me into "coding", are still leading my career path but above all that, there is connectivity and the data. That's why I have been choosing to be a part of data-oriented projects which require high concurrency such as online advertising, online gaming and finally IoT in my last 5 years.

I believe that being a professional requires 2 elements in the core: information and experience. Information part has to keep growing in balance. Because, the technology doesn't stop. And experience part is not about the time you spent in tech business. It's mostly what you have collected into your bag from earlier projects. It's about what you're ready for. And when you have your hobby as a work title, you feel ready for almost anything.


Thinking Out Of The Box

Identifying Problems, Project Analysis & Process Management

Server-side Development

Distributed, Scalable & Highly Available Network Applications, Real-time Data Processing

Web Application Development

Social Networks, Content Management Systems, Online Games & more

Mobile Development

Native Android Applications & Hybrid (HTML5) Applications with CordovaTM

Technology Stack

Node.js, Java, Python, Javascript, ES6, HTML5, PHP5&7, Web Sockets

More Technology Stack

MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, Neo4J, Elastic Search, RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ


Connected Devices, Internet of Things, Online Advertising (Video & Mobile), Online Gaming & Multiplayer Design, Payment Systems, Document Management & Security

More Expertises

Microservices, Distributed Network Application Development, GeoLocation

Open Source

io+   nfork

More Open Source

rsmq-consumer   onesignal-plus

Professional Skills









Elastic Search