Looking for my Next Opportunity

Justin Wernick <>
Curly Tail, Curly Braces
2021-02-17

Abstract

I'm looking for my next work opportunity. I'm keen to tackle hard programming problems using Rust. I'm also fluent in Scala and open to learning new languages. Remote work is ideal (UTC+2). My CV is https://www.worthe-it.co.za/cv.html. Please pass the link around!

I'm currently looking for a new software engineering job. I've been a professional software engineer for over 8 years now, and I am passionate about improving the world around me using code.

Some highlights from my CV:

If you'd like to find out more about my skills and experience, please take a look at my CV.

Please reach out to me by email, at justin@worthe-it.co.za if you have an opportunity you would like to discuss with me.


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