[ Vitaly Zaslavsky ]
Solving eCryptfs "Failed to mount private data" error
I have Linux on all my home and job devices. When the chef gave me a MacBook I asked him can I install Linux on it. He said "No" and gave me HP. I'm not a Linux-maniac. But for me, it's the most comfortable OS.
Love everything about DevOps, automatization and stability. I have a passion for everything I do. Have sufficient experience in Docker and good expertise in Kubernetes, Helm and Terraform. I can (and do) wrap everything in a container. Even if it's a GUI application. (Sometimes it's easier to use Docker than resolve dependencies issues)
I love to create a local development process for Backend developers (as a Backend developer in the past) as comfortable as possible from the very start. And this is my strong side: I can debug applications, find issues and create Pull Requests with changes right in application code.
I have experience in Scrum and Kanban methodologies. Can track time and move cards in the right columns. Sometimes I can annoy a little when trying to clarify every little thing related to my task or current workflow.
Have good relations with employees. I really like peaceful holywars with colleagues, discussing some technical stuff and approaches. Love to work in a team and share my knowledge with others and gain wisdom from more experienced people.
I have no bad habits (except programming in free time). I don't smoke and don't have morning headaches after drinking (because I don't drink to drunk)
Some of my current hobbies:
I'm a happy husband of my beloved wife for 6.8 years. She really helps me in my path of life emotionally and physically as a family hearth keeper.
We love animals. We have the black panthera-like cat Json (this word always sounds like a name for me) and little sweetie girl Pixel (Pixie for short). Also, we love foxes so much. That's why my logo and background with fox face :fox:
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