Artem Ruzaev

Artem Ruzaev, Software Developer

Hi! I'm Artem! Computer Programming Graduate | UI/UX Enthusiast | Bridging the gap between Academia and Real-life Coding | Continuous Learner in Toronto, Canada

As a Frontend Developer, I love building sites and apps that help people reach their personal and professional goals.

I focus on speed, security and scalability, using React.js and JavaScript to create rich, dynamic experiences.

I'm always open to new opportunities and projects.

So don't hesitate to get in touch.

Technologies I love to work with

  • JavaScript

  • React.js

  • Java

  • Ruby

Recent projects

Screenshot of Tetris game


Explore the rationale behind designing Tetris from the ground up in pure Java, delving into the intricacies of crafting the game without external libraries. Discover the unique challenges and insights gained in honing programming skills while creating a classic game using the fundamental principles of Java.

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Solar System

Solar System

Motivated by a profound interest in the solar system, I developed this comprehensive website to serve as an enlightening resource for individuals seeking to deepen their understanding of celestial bodies. Similar to how a dedicated app streamlines recipes for bakers, this platform consolidates information and interactive features, offering users an accessible and engaging space to explore the wonders of our solar system.

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Proxmox Docker docker-compose


Dive into the world of my latest homelab project, where I harnessed technology to create a cutting-edge media center and robust security hub. From crafting a centralized media server for seamless entertainment to implementing state-of-the-art security protocols, this blog post chronicles the challenges, successes, and invaluable lessons learned. Explore the technologies behind the scenes, understand the problems solved, and gain insights into how this homelab endeavor transformed my living space into a dynamic, tech-infused haven.

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