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Software Developer
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Washington D.C.
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Environment & Climate Change
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Software Developer
Washington D.C.
Bura Chuhadar is an accomplished tech lead with diverse skills in technologies such as Kubernetes, AWS, Docker, C#, ReactJS, and Java, and particular expertise in the SaaS product space. He is currently employed at Docker, where he leads a team delivering large-scale and complex applications, focusing on developing a next-generation admin experience for enterprise customers. Before joining Docker, Bura spent several years at Oracle. He played a critical role in developing one of the world's largest marketing applications, serving high-profile clients, including Apple, Google, and Intel. In addition, he boasts an impressive track record of leading teams in enterprise systems design, development, and architecture. One of his most notable accomplishments was designing and implementing an ERP system from scratch for the Turkish branches of multinational companies such as P&G, Danone, 3M, Barilla, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, and LG. Bura holds a degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech University and is fluent in Turkish, French, and English. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, programming games in Unity3D, and contributing to open-source projects in various programming languages. Born and raised in Turkey, he resides in Washington, D.C., with his two children.
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