Small things about ME
Since young, Nate has been very enthusiastic about technology.
He first interacted with a computer when he was five, playing a game of solitaire.
From there onward, he would be intrigued on how the computer system works and started to experiment with it.
In school, he was introduced to the programming side of the world, and he aspired to become a software engineer.
He went on to graduate from the University of Melboune, major in Computer and Software Systems.
Nate has started his career as a consultant where he was exposed to the technology industry where he was inspired to use his knowledge and contribute to the world for a greater good. Since then, he has been regularly contributed to opensource projects on GitHub (@natebwangsut) and started (digitaldove) to be able to reach out to more people.
- Thomson Reuters
DevSecOps Tech Lead
2020-02 - Present
- Integrated security-scoring features into software catalog, allowing automated security analysis.
- Enabling security to be objectively expressed.
- Implemented historical data tracking, allowing stakeholders to view the changes over time as well as integrating the scoring into their department OKR/KPI.
- Organise group efforts to improve CI infrastructure as well as engineering experience.
- Introduced teams to new technology, improving productivity and reducing maintenance cost.
- Planned team roadmap on technical integrations/implementation.
- Foresee and eliminate potential business/technical risk.
- Align the team development efforts with business vision.
- Responsible for software engineers growth by giving feedback and mentorship in both soft skills and technical skills.
Contributed to the Fiber web framework. Fixing bugs on session implementation and flaky unit tests.
Contributed to the DefectDojo community, editing authentication flows and adding parsers for multiple security products.
Discovered a bug in the standard library, provided evidence and discussed with maintainers to implement a fix to the encoder.
Competed in Google’s Hash Code programming competition, placing 1st in Thailand (325th Global).
Patching fonts and creating pull requests to the main repository.
Contributed to the OWSAP ZAP project, improving containerisation process.
Open pull request to Kibana and modify the Kubernetes deployment templates so that it is compatible with AWS EKS installations.
Maintained application templates which serve as centralised charts for many users.
Contributed to multiple projects, updating their documentations, improving translations.
Contributed to the Electron framework community. Participated in document translation and reviews.
Visual Studio Code
Reported bugs and helped with investigation on issues regarding the Chromium rendering methods.