Tomoaki Keiyama

Wantedly, Inc. / Software Engineer

Tomoaki Keiyama

Wantedly, Inc. / Software Engineer

Tomoaki Keiyama

Wantedly, Inc. / Software Engineer

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I was Born for This.

Hi, there! I'm a Software Engineer currently working at Wantedly, Inc. I am - A Readable Code/Architecture enthusiast - A Rustacean

Thomathoughts

Personal Blog by Thomas.

May 2021 -

In the future

Ambition

In the future

## As a Person Wanna make things simple :')

Mar 2021
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Present

Software Engineer
Present

Mar 2021 -

Present

Mar 2021

Wantedly Visit, Renovate team

Present

Mar 2021

The Renovate team has a slogan that renovating design without changing the existing architecture. So while following that, we've been renovating things, especially the UI/UX field in Wantedly Visit.

Oct 2019
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Feb 2021

Front-end Engineer

Oct 2019 - Feb 2021

I was a Front-end Engineer mainly using React and TypeScript. I deeply love to seek readable code/architecture, and I especially spent half of the time on that.

Made a team better

I was a lead engineer in a Front-end team making a UI library for an application. There were some problems, and one of them is that resources for engineers who are at the beginner level for React didn't exist. So I helped them develop React components, and tried to make the team atmosphere better by communications.

Oct 2019 - Sept 2020

Apr 2018
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June 2019

System Engineer

Apr 2018 - June 2019

I developed a package for the Investment trust. The part of the downstream engineering was developed by an offshore team, so I did the part of the upstream engineering. I mainly wrote the Requirement Definition Document(RDD), and maintained the system a little bit.

Apr 2014
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Mar 2018

Tokyo City University

4 years

Department of Information Systems, Faculty of Informatics

Apr 2014 - Mar 2018

I had learned computer science. My research was "Searching an Object with Colors". Imagine if you are told the object is nearby a certain color, does the advice make your searching time shorter? The answer is YES which you can understand initiatively, but I researched that to prove.


Accomplishments/Portfolio

Thomathoughts

May 2021 -

Made a team better

Oct 2019 - Sept 2020


Languages

English - Conversational