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Atharva Pandey Gopherine



Atharva Pandey: Blockchain & Backend Developer 👋

I’m Atharva Pandey, a dynamic technology leader specializing in blockchain and backend development. With a proven track record in leading diverse teams and projects, I’ve been instrumental in delivering innovative solutions in the blockchain space, leveraging my skills as a Generalist and Polyglot.

🚀 Professional Journey

As the CTO of Adguin, I spearheaded the creation of an NFT-based advertising platform, designing scalable, robust solutions from scratch. My career includes impactful roles such as Fractional CTO at Firbond and Senior Software Engineer at Crew3, where I honed my expertise in using technology to drive industry transformation.

I’m deeply passionate about web3 and the decentralized future it heralds. My portfolio showcases projects ranging from peer-to-peer NFT platforms to blockchain protocol optimization, underlining my dedication to technological innovation and excellence.

💻 Core Technical Competencies

  • Programming Languages & Frameworks: Golang, Rust, JavaScript, TypeScript, React, Next.js
  • Blockchain & Web3: Solidity, Smart Contracts, Ethereum, Web3.js
  • Data Management & Messaging: MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Redis, RabbitMQ, Kafka
  • DevOps & Cloud Infrastructure: Docker, Kubernetes, AWS (Amazon Web Services)

🌱 Current Learning Endeavors

  • Delving into advanced blockchain technologies and their broader applications beyond digital currencies.
  • Mastering smart contract development and decentralized application (dApp) design, with a keen interest in Cosmos.
  • Investigating Generative AI use cases in collaboration with LangChain.

🤝 Let’s Connect

I’m open to collaborations or discussions on blockchain, technology, and beyond. Don’t hesitate to reach out!

“Innovating for a decentralized future, one block at a time.”

Popular posts

  1. When building a web application, connecting to a database is a fundamental step. In this guide, we’ll explore how to effectively connect to a database using Go, focusing on tools like golang-migrate, sqlc, and godotenv for environment management, alongside the Echo framework to set up a basic application. Setting Up Your Environment Before diving into the code, ensure your environment is ready. You’ll need Go installed on your system. The steps vary slightly between Windows, macOS, and Ubuntu, but generally, you can download the installer or package from the Go official website and follow the provided instructions.

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  2. Welcome to the world of Go programming, where building web APIs doesn’t have to be a daunting task! If you’re looking to get your hands dirty with some practical Go coding, you’re in the right place. Today, we’ll embark on a journey to create a simple yet powerful web API using Echo, one of Go’s most beloved web frameworks. Along the way, we’ll unravel the mysteries of the Service Repository and Factory patterns, making your code not just work, but work beautifully.


  3. As we venture deeper into the world of Go programming, having covered the basics in the initial chapters, this third installment of our series aims to equip you with the skills necessary to harness Go’s powerful features: concurrency, error handling, and the newly introduced generics. These capabilities are pivotal in crafting robust, efficient, and versatile applications. Part 1: Embracing Generics for Flexible and Type-Safe Code The introduction of generics in Go 1.

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  4. Go modules have revolutionized the way Go developers handle dependencies, making it easier to manage, share, and collaborate on Go projects. This blog aims to demystify Go modules for newcomers and provide a detailed understanding of how they work, especially with the latest Go versions like 1.21 and 1.22. Introduction to Go Modules Introduced in Go 1.11, Go modules are the standard for dependency management in Go. They replace the old GOPATH-based approach, allowing for more flexibility in project structure, versioning, and package management.


  5. Welcome back to our journey through Go programming! In Chapter 1, we dipped our toes into the basics. Now, it’s time to wade a little deeper. Chapter 2 builds on our foundation, introducing you to more complex concepts like multiple return values, variadic functions, and reinforcing our understanding of Go’s core components. Perfect for students ready to level up their Go expertise! we draw inspiration from Go by Example, an excellent resource for learning Go through annotated example programs.


  6. Welcome to the exciting world of Go! This chapter is designed to kickstart your journey into Go programming, covering the essentials from “Hello, World!” to functions. Along the way, we’ll explore best practices and highlight some anti-patterns to avoid. Let’s dive in! Hello World Every programmer’s journey begins with the quintessential “Hello, World!” It’s a simple yet profound way to get acquainted with any new programming language.\ package main import "fmt" func main() { fmt.

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