Pit Müller

Simplicity is the soul of efficiency

Pit is passionate about computers and has been making software applications in various techniques since his early teens. His current ambition is to become a more senior and cloud-oriented Full Stack developer. He has a curious mindset and a good understanding of the customer business needs.
A structured quick learner that can work independently as well as being a very cooperative team player. Pit is originally from Germany and has excellent communication skills in English and German. He is in the progress of learning Swedish.

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AWS Cloud Devops


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  • [November 2020 - Current] GESHDO Now AB
    Full Stack Software Developer

    Certificate practitioner in AWS. Combining practical tasks with adequate training in PluralSight. Primarily focused on the features and services in AWS accounts, and how that translates to serverless infrastructure in a bank setting.

  • [November 2018 - June 2019] ISO Travel Solutions GmbH
    Java Developer (Working Student)

    Analysis of penetration testing tool to implement an automated test workflow with Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP), resulting in rather opting for an external penetration test expert due to cost reasons. Implementation of password safety functionality for higher password quality using Java, Tapestry, JUnit, Oracle SQL.

  • [October 2017 - October 2018] ISO Software Systems Inc.
    Java Developer Intern

    Development of archiving workflow to reduce system data load and lead to overall improvement of system performance. Maintenance and Refactoring of existing workflows, responding to customer requests and aiming for better software quality. Updated complex tax workflow implementation due to new taxation rules.

    Tech stack: Java, XML/XSLT, Tapestry, Cron, JUnit, Oracle SQL and Solr.

  • [September 2014 - March 2015] Deutsche Bundesbank
    Java/Front-End Developmer Intern

    Analysis of CubicTest and Selenium, followed by an introduction of a simplified workflow to generate automated frontend tests using Java, Selenium and XPath. Implementation and testing of workflows in frontend application using Java, JSF, PrimeFaces, JPA, JavaScript, HTML, TestNG and Selenium.

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  • [2020]
    AWS practitioner Certificate

  • [2015 - 2020] University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany
    Master of Business Information Systems

  • [2012 - 2015] University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany
    Bachelor of Business Information Systems

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  • 100GermanNative
  • 90EnglishAdvanced
  • 50SwedishBeginner