With nearly 15-years impressive development and software architecture background, Mahir one of the leading senior software architects with impressive team. Prior to Fiinu, he was involved in the full UK-bank licence authorisation process for a well-established family office and has therefore known Fiinu's founders for about three years.
Mahir is a 36 years old developer and software architect. He is a polyglot developer, open-source programming enthusiast. Since he is a big manga - anime fan, his motto comes from Japanese culture “Gukou yama o utsusu” - “Faith can move mountains”. He puts faith on anything, then it will be real for sure. He is a problem solver, fast learner, challenger, and smart thinker; puzzle solver and eager to discover new technologies. Mahir is experienced in many software languages, distributed systems, Cloud, Saas, Paas and Iaas platforms.
During his earlier career, Mahir transformed leading digital broadcaster of Turkey (Digiturk, a company of BEIN Media) to Cloud based architecture, which has given many competing edge on customer satisfaction, hosting prices, responsivity and SLA times. He used many languages to create development tools, logging - tracing mechanisms, deployment strategies and many other project whose helped to accomplish that cloud transformation goal.
He was in architectural team on a start-up banking project and helped to design whole new generation digital bank's IT architecture from scratch. He created many microservices, development strategies, devops tools, logging - big data analyser, centralized configuration and other parts for this new age digital bank.
Today, He works with one purpose bring new codes to life. At the same time, he is mentoring many others on software development, cloud transformation, searching, big data and other related topics. Mahir excels in microservices architecture and has been one of the first developers to use service-based architectural styles that has been introduced and applied in practice.
He has been migrating monolithic architectures to cloud-native architectures thought microservices bringing many benefits such as flexibility to adapt to the technological changes and independent resource management for different system components.