Wei-Chien Hsu (James Hsu)

Wei-Chien Hsu (James Hsu)

Sophomore major in Computer Science and Information Engineering

National Taiwan University

Biography

I have great passion for software technologies. I do not limit myself to pursuing academic achievement; instead, I enjoy learning actively and implementing what I just learned. It really intrigues me a lot to solve challenging problems!

I have learned Django and web hosting on my own during term time, and deployed a website that allows users to download files after register and login. I also created a blog using hugo to post some thoughts. To automate the deployment, I set up a gitlab server to save my repositories and create CI/CD pipelines as well.

I consider myself as a fast learner, and my working experience has fully shown my initiative!

Interests

  • DevOps
  • Information Retrieval

Education

  • BS in Computer Science and Information Engineering, 2021

    National Taiwan University

  • Senior high school, 2018

    The Affiliated Senior High School of National Taiwan Normal University

Skills

DevOps

CI/CD Pipelines (gitlab, drone, aws), Containerized applications (docker-in-docker, kubernetes), Monitoring (Prometheus, Grafana)

Cloud services

Mostly aws services including lambda, ec2(ELB and Auto scaling), cdk and eks; got experienced with azure and google cloud as well.

Go

About 6 months experience

Python

About 1 year experience

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

DevOps Intern

Cathay Financial Holding Co. Ltd.

Nov 2019 – Jun 2020 Taipei
I’m asked to dig into devops for the company. I have got achievements in drone CI, web-alert, and aws services. I have also deployed a line-bot project on aws eks with ec2 and route53. All the work results are available on my github.
 
 
 
 
 

Developer & DevOps Intern

National Taiwan University COOL

Jul 2019 – Jan 2020 Taipei

Cool is an organization affiliated with NTU, whose goal is to deliver a digital teaching platform for the school’s teachers and students.

I was asked to develop a program to dump data from MSSQL and import it to PostgreSQL, and it’s used to import data via the platform’s API as well.

I finished it within only half of the time my supervisor estimated.

Then instead of letting time slip away, I initiatively got myself another job: cooperate with the other intern to deploy the test environment automatically in merely one-line command, with ansible and docker.

After summer, I currently work on gitlab CI/CD pipelines for the platform.

All the work results are available on my github.