> [!warning] I'm not currently available for work. Sorry!
## 📝 Changelog
- 2023-07-10 - Added [[SC-002 - Stakable NFTs]]
- 2023-07-04 - Added [[GN-001 - Entering the Fediverse]]
- 2023-06-27 - Added [[SC-001 - Pausable ERC20 Tokens]]
- 2023-06-07 - Added [[CA-005 - What am I? A Quick Look at Zero to One Engineers]]
- 2023-05-26 - Added [[CR-003 - Overcollaterised Loans with DeFi]]
- 2023-05-11 - Added [[3D-003 - The cutest dang server rack you've ever seen]]
- 2023-05-10 - Aggregated everything to Obsidian Publish.
## 🔗 Important Information
- Timezone: GMT+8
- Email: [email protected]
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnnguyen236/
- Telegram: https://t.me/nii236
- GitHub: https://github.com/nii236
- CV: [Link](https://static.jtmn.dev/john_resume.pdf)
## 👋 About Me
> Advisor, Founder Developer, CTO, Software Engineer
I am a technical and strategic founder developer experienced in web3, software engineering and building startups over the past 10 years. I operate at the senior software engineer to CTO level depending on the size of the organisation, and am able to develop a company's "zero to one" product.
My web3 origin story started almost ten years ago, when I bartered Bitcoin for malaria tablets (irl) while living in Ghana, West Africa in 2012.
I founded and grew Ninja Syndicate into a large team of 50+ web3 builders in Australia, focused on developing a platform for Metaverse Gaming.
I'm looking to contribute to cutting edge software projects with cool problems to solve. I look forward to collaborating with a remote-first, technical and engaging team.
## 🏆 My Achievements
With the invaluable help of others, I have:
- Launched a token sale generating over 4.5M USD in revenue
- Founded two software companies growing to 50+ staff
- Mentored and trained 15+ full stack software engineers
- Launched a GameFi product with 17k+ community
- Written smart contracts reaching a TVL of $500k USD
- Ran a tech business podcast reaching 100+ episodes
## 🥷 My skills
I have programmed against several languages, frameworks and libraries over the past decade, and can pick up new ones quickly.
My current tools of choice are:
The above tools enable a powerful combination of scalability, type safety, maintainability and general purpose programming.