My name is Chris Aslanoglou (Χρήστος Ασλάνογλου) and I work in Athens, Greece, as a software engineer. I have mostly worked with Java (in my current employer, Atos) and Python (when working at CERN).
In Atos, I have worked as a backend software engineer in Spring applications and also, in the containerization and deployment of Spring Boot applications (Docker containers running on RedHat’s OpenShift).
At CERN, I worked on the Inspire collaboration, a high-energy-physics papers search and aggregation engine, https://inspirehep.net. There, I developed the query parser which translated user queries to Elasticsearch queries, using Parsing Expression Grammars and the Visitor Pattern.
I have received my Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Computer Systems and Computer Science, respectively, from the Dept. of Informatics and Telecommunications of University of Athens, Greece. During my master’s, I had the opportunity to work as a research assistant and software engineer in the Distributed Systems group lead by Professor Mema Roussopoulos.