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Alexander Dubovoy

Full stack web developer

Can work in or around Berlin

  • 52.524932
  • 13.407032
  • Rate On-demand
  • Experience 2-7 years
  • Response rate 100%
  • Response time 1 hour
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Location and workplace preferences

Berlin, Germany
Can work onsite in your office in
  • around Berlin and 50km


Project length
  • ≤ 1 month
  • Between 1-3 months
Business sector
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Civic & Social Organizations
  • Culture
  • Video Games & Animation
Company size
Would prefer to avoid:
1 person


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  • English

    Native or bilingual

  • Spanish

    Native or bilingual

  • German


  • Japanese


  • Russian



Skills (15)

Alexander in a few words

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, I am a Berlin-based coder and musician. I graduated from Yale University in May 2016, where I wrote an award-winning thesis on the history of jazz in the Soviet Union. Since graduating, I have worked as a freelance web developer. I teach at Le Wagon, an international coding bootcamp, and love helping students with tricky technical problems. I also manage a performance schedule as an improvising musician. I love to combine my passions for technology and music, particularly through my work at Groupmuse, a cooperative concert-presenting organization.

Technically, I often work with React-based frameworks, particularly Next.js, and with Ruby on Rails. I am passionate about web accessibility and strive to produce inclusive websites. You can see some of my technical articles on these topics and more here:

I am able to offer discounts for projects involve social impact, nonprofit work, and the arts.


Obst Digital

Co-Founder and Full-Stack Developer

Berlin, Germany

February 2019 - Today (3 years and 11 months)

Work as freelance full-stack developer and founder of a freelance development/design collective in Berlin, Germany. Clients include: Rousseau Park (real-estate development), Artyque (contemporary arts agency), Nearcut (barbershop app). Coded full web applications with complicated back-ends and Javascript-based front-end frameworks, from initial conception to finished product.

Le Wagon - Le Wagon

Lecturer and Teaching Assistant

Berlin, Germany

November 2018 - Today (4 years and 2 months)

I teach students full-stack development across the world, including resolving technical problems on independent projects. Countries of teaching include: Germany, Japan, Spain.

Stephan Crump Music

Bookings/Publicity Agent

1809 E 11th St, Tulsa, OK 74104, USA

September 2016 - Today (6 years and 4 months)

- Worked personally for Grammy-nominated bassist Stephan Crump
- Ran bookings for international & domestic performances
- Coordinated international tours, including performances and travel arrangements
- Publicized album releases, crowdfunded projects, concerts, etc.

Freelance Jazz Musician

Jazz Musician

New Haven, CT, USA

February 1994 - Today (28 years and 11 months)

I am a pianist, singer, and composer. I graduated from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut in May 2016, where I wrote an award-winning thesis on the history of jazz in the Soviet Union. In university, I founded a successful student initiative to start a jazz program and built connections to New Haven's thriving creative music scene. I also built a musical instrument that was featured on NPR. After graduating, I moved to New York City, playing venues such as the Cornelia St. Cafe and soaking up the sounds of the downtown music scene. My first solo album Portraits Drawn Without You was released in the summer of 2016 and was recorded by 1 1-time Grammy-winning recording engineer Jack Renner. It has since garnered more than three million streams on Spotify. In January 2017, I relocated to London, where I continued my musical exploration, including performing at the Vortex Jazz Club. I have performed as a bandleader in New York, Tokyo, London, San Francisco, and more, and am interested in the intersections between music, social change, technology, and history.

OSET Institute

Technical Staff

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, USA

November 2018 - January 2019 (2 months)

Worked on technical projects for US secure/transparent voting tech non-profit.


Non-Profit Consultant

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, USA

September 2018 - January 2019 (4 months)

Worked to write strategic plan for major San Francisco arts non-profit, based on computer models & data analysis.

McAllister Olivarius

Legal Analyst

United Kingdom

January 2017 - December 2017 (11 months)

- Worked directly on legal cases concerning women's rights in US & UK
- Cases dealt with sexual assault, employment discrimination, Title IX, revenge pornography, etc.
- Drafted legal documents, including wills, witness statements, complaints, etc.
- Researched legal questions, such as US revenge pornography laws
- Worked on nonprofit advocacy, including The Rhodes Project, a study of female Rhodes scholars
- Full-time position

Yale Greenberg World Fellows

World Fellows Liaison

New Haven, CT, USA

August 2015 - May 2016 (9 months)

Organized events about Ukrainian politics/art with Slava Vakarchuk, well known rockstar and former Minister of Culture of Ukraine who performed during the 2014 revolution.

Yale University Art Gallery

Student Curator, Student Advisor

New Haven, CT 06520, USA

September 2014 - May 2016 (1 year and 8 months)

Student-curated exhibition Jazz Lives: The Photographs of Milt Hinton and Lee Friedlander, which was recently nominated for a Lucie award for our curatorial work and was featured in the Boston Globe and New York Times. Attended all curatorial meetings and collaborated on all design and logistical designs. Organized concert series in the exhibition space, which drew hundreds of people from around the state. Currently serving on the Student Advisory committee to the Gallery, specifically organizing music-related events.

Yale Undergraduate Jazz Collective

President, Vice President, Faculty/Community Liaison, Publicist

New Haven, CT 06520, USA

September 2012 - May 2016 (3 years and 8 months)

Led student initiative to revive Yale's jazz scene and start a formal jazz program at Yale; founded Jazz Festival at Yale. Festival, which drew over 600 attendants last year, is entirely student-run and open to the community and draws from Grammy award-winners and alumni. Organized and publicized biweekly concerts, weekly jam sessions, and other events. Designed the organization's website and advertised events through social media, dealt with communications with the Yale administration and with musicians, and worked as part of the executive board to make jazz a priority at Yale.

Almaz Capital

Venture Capital Intern

Moscow, Russia

June 2015 - August 2015 (2 months)

- Researched Eastern European/Russian startups for Moscow-based venture capital firm
- Work conducted primarily in Russian language
- Attended meetings with entrepreneurs and investors and conducted economic research to evaluate potential investments
- Received research grant from Yale Grand Strategy program to write about whether "exporting Silicon Valley" can be an effective model for economic development in CIS countries

Yale 3rd Year Russian in St. Petersburg

Study Abroad Student

St Petersburg, Russia

June 2014 - August 2014 (2 months)

Studied in an immersive Russian language and culture program in St. Petersburg. Studied contemporary politics, history, and literature in addition to language with Russian professors and lived in homestay.


Chair, Vice Chair

New Haven, CT 06520, USA

January 2013 - January 2014 (1 year)

Ran political discussions, promoted civil rights awareness on campus, and volunteered with charities like Planned Parenthood. Organized events in coordination with the national and regional branches of the American Civil Liberties Union. Worked specifically on prison reform.

Congressional Office of Jackie Speier

Congressional Intern

June 2013 - August 2013 (2 months)

Worked for the Capitol office of Congresswoman Jackie Speier, from California's 14th District. Did extensive legislative research on defense/foreign affairs issues, particularly helping the legislative directors of the office find cost saving amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act. Briefed the Congresswoman before and attended meetings with experts and diplomats. Dealt with constituent services and provided tours of the Capitol. Attended and reported on congressional hearings and briefings.

International Institute of the Bay Area

Citizenship Teacher - Multimedia Designer

September 2011 - August 2012 (11 months)

Taught citizenship classes to Spanish-speaking immigrants. Designed an interactive Spanish-language DVD to help them pass the citizenship test, which is now distributed freely.