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About

Itai Steinherz

My name is Itai Steinherz, and I'm a software developer from Israel, as well as a high-school and university student. I've been developing software for nearly 7 years, ranging from CLIs and desktop apps to full-stack mobile and backend apps. In my spare time, I like to hang out with my friends and play the piano.

I've been contributing to and maintaining OSS projects for the last 4 years, and love collaborating with cool and smart people from all around the world.
One of the more popular projects I maintain (along with the awesome Sindre Sorhus and Sam Verschueren) is np, which is a CLI for Node.js developers that simplifies your entire publishing workflow to a single command, and includes many best practices and useful features built-in. I usually triage issues, review PRs and contribute to different parts of the codebase, while continuously working with others and maintaing a high level of code quality and architecture standards.
I also made other cool projects such as videos and MChat.

I recently participated in a Chingu voyage, which is coding cohort that connects developers from all around the world and enables them to collaborate and work on products together. At my voyage, I lead a team of 5 developers from the US, Greece, Italy, and Israel. Together, we developed Knowledge, an online platform for asking questions and getting answers. During the voyage I learned a lot about leading a team of developers, working around deadlines, quickly iterating over ideas, and collaborating with people coming from different backgrounds and places.

I always seek complex architecture challenges, and love utilizing modern approaches such as Serverless applications, Infrastructure as Code and CI/CD in my work.

Apart from high-level programming, I also have experience with low-level programming using C and Assembly, and like to fiddle with information security and play CTFs.

I currently work at Flytrex as a software developer, as part of the backend team (mainly using Python, Docker, AWS, and various other technologies and services).

If you'd like to contact me, feel free to do so via email or Twitter. You can also find my CV here.