Andy Neagu

Name: ANDY IULIAN NEAGU

Birth date: 15.03.1971

Address: Bucharest, ROMANIA

Profession: Analyst programmer

Linkedin: click me

Name: ANDY IULIAN NEAGUAndy Neagu

Birth date: 15.03.1971

Birthplace: Bucharest, ROMANIA

Address: Romania, Bucharest

Profession: Analyst programmer

Linkedin: click me

Work experience:
  • January 2007 – present day: In Bucharest for Info World s.r.l.:
    • Analyst programmer:
      • around 2014 the company went through a paradigm shift and now we work using node.js/javascript on AWS. This means health software using HL7 based standards (FHIR v3 and v4), mostly ETLs. The infrastructure is Couchbase, Redis and everything that might be in AWS.
      • worked with Microsoft technologies (C#, Microsoft SQL Server, WCF etc), using HL7 standards for developing healthcare oriented applications.
  • May 2006 – January 2007: in Bucharest for European Software Factory s.r.l., a Fincons Group company ( http://www.fincons.it ):
    • The company was a subsidiary of Fincons Group from Milan, Italy. I was responsible for hiring and monitoring personnel, as well as interacting with top management from the parent company. However, it became clear to me during this time that my strengths lie in technical work, and I realized I do not wish to pursue such a managerial position.
    • April 2005 – April 2006: in Bucharest for Soluta.Net Est Europa s.r.l.:
        • It was a very small enterprise, primarily composed of friends and acquaintances. The partners included myself and two other individuals I befriended during my time working in Italy. In hindsight, it’s clear that mixing friendship and business can be problematic.
      • Besides my managerial duties the most important activity was of technical coordinator for one third of the DBE project (http://www.digital-ecosystem.org) from behalf of Soluta.Net (Italy) (http://www.digital-ecosystems.org/de/refs/ref_people.htm).
        • This was a very interesting period because I had the opportunity to interact with and manage teams from all around the EU, including companies and universities (even though Romania was not a member at the time). I fondly remember the Irish Intel team, who were exceptionally bright and efficient.
  • March 2002 – March 2005: in Bucharest for Softeh Plus s.r.l.
    • Software developer in Powerbuilder, C/C++ on the next projects:
      • „MEDIS”
      • „PNS Requests” (for CNAS)
        • This application evolved from a very small tool with modest intentions to a comprehensive solution that fully managed the needs of the PNS – National Health Programs. Hospitals would send requests for their medication needs, which were processed centrally, adjusted, and invoices were sent to suppliers. Payments were also managed through this system. It all came to an end when a government program (SIUI) replaced all the software for the entity we worked with (CNAS).
      • „MEDWORK”
      • „NETFARM”
      • „PSITEST”
      • „Reasigurari”
      • „Repsof”
      • „Loader”
        • This was a very useful piece of software. I had the idea to store new versions of the entire application in the database. The application started in two steps: first, the loader would launch and check the local version of the application against the version stored in the database. If the database version was newer, it would download the latest version before running it.
      • “SIUI” project (SIVECO) – Analyze team.
        • They needed us. We had the business knowledge, they had the government contract.
      • “Track&Trace” project (TOTAL TECHNOLOGIES) – Analyze team.
        • I believe that was the very first implementation of tracking registered letters in the Romanian postal system.
      • This was also a very creative period. One of my former colleagues from Finsiel Romania persuaded me to join him by showing me an account management application he had developed, which featured an interface exactly like Windows 95. And all of this happened in 2002.
  • March 2001 – February 2002: in Trieste (Italy) for Gefi Fiduciaria Romana S.p.a.
    • Software developer in Powerbuilder for PATRIMONIUM project.
    • Courses of UML (OO, RUP)
  • July 2000 – February 2001: in Milan (Italy) for Cap S.p.a.
    • Software developer in COBOL for Danzas S.p.a.
      • Unix machines, legacy code, etc. Milano is a great city, but that is it.
  • August 1998 – December 2000 for Finsiel Romania s.r.l.:
    • February – March 2000: in Bucharest for Insiel S.p.A.:
      • Software developer in Powerbuilder for “CAVE” project (Italian customer).
        • Powerbuilder had at that time a powerful component that allowed us to create forms on the fly – at runtime.
    • February – December 2000: in Trieste (Italy) for Insiel S.p.A.:
        • Software developer in Powerbuilder for NETLABOR-3 project.
          • I was still learning PowerBuilder. I remember working for Visure, focusing on the reporting aspect of that application, and generating reports on the fly at runtime based on some preset metadata.
        • January – February 1999:
          • Courses of Powerbuilder
        • August – October 1998: in Bari (Italy) per Netsiel S.p.A.:
          • Software developer in COBOL.
            • Well, mainframe, you know.
  • August – July 1998: in Bucharest for A&B Company s.r.l.
    • System administrator
    • Software developer in Visual C++, Visual Basic (ActiveX etc).
  • February – August 1997: in Bucharest for Wizrom Software s.r.l.:
    • Service department
Knowledge
  • Excellent knowledge of: JavaScript, NodeJS, Couchbase, N1QL, AWS cloud, and HL7 standards (FHIR, CCDA, etc)
  • Very good knowledge of:
    • Powerbuilder, SQL (Sybase, Oracle, Access).
    • Programming languages: C/C++, MFC, Java, C#, .NET Framework, Visual Basic, COBOL
    • CASE instruments: Powerdesigner, Rational Suite, Objectivity, ERWIN
    • Good knowledge of:
    • Ruby, Perl, Smalltalk, HTML, JSP
    • Work experience in the next operating systems: MacOs, Linux, UNIX, Windows, and Dos.
Other information
  • Analytical skills
  • Work experience in large projects
  • Permanent desire to learn
Studies
  • 1985 – 1989 – Lyceum “Mihail Sadoveanu” – Bucharest, ROMANIA.
  • I would have loved to pursue a more extensive formal education, but life had other plans.
Known languages
  • Romanian: native language
  • Italian: well (written/spoken)
  • English: well (written/spoken)