I've been programming since 2014. I love Python and want to use it daily.
I worked mostly on web services with REST-ish APIs and ETL pipelines.
My ideal job would be: a lot of Python, a little less JS, high standards for code readability and documentation and quiet working conditions. What's more important: doing something that matters and learning along the way.
I'm also interested in learning new languages, except maybe Java and C++. Currently exploring Clojure.
I hate openspaces just a little less than winter cold, so please don't suggest them (even if you have PS4, XBOX One, AND kicker). I would prefer to work either remotely or in offices for 1-4 people who understand the harm of context switching. If you have an office, please send a photo of it.
I have worked with:
Asynchronous Python: asyncio, tornado, asyncpg;
Pyramid (a lot), Django, Flask (a little);
SQL (PostgreSQL; SQLAlchemy, asyncpg);
A bit of RabbitMQ, Memcached, Redis, Mongo, ELK stack;
English level: Advanced(C2).