Amr Abouelleil Joins Intus Care as a Staff Software Engineer - Data

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Intus Care welcomes Amr Abouelleil as a new staff software engineer on the Data Team. Amr has a strong background in bioinformatics and software engineering, and he is passionate about using his skills to advance elder care. In his previous role at Bose, Amr was one of three core developers who built the backend for a Go-microservice based self-service data platform. He also played a key role in improving the team's culture, driving changes that led to a tighter-knit, more transparent, and more effective team.

At Careforth/Seniorlink, Amr developed several Go-based microservices and related features, and he served as lead-dev on some service and feature development projects. He also developed and maintained an ETL pipeline, improving its stability and advocating for best practices for both development and project management.

“I’m driven by the creative process: taking an idea from a thought, to a conversation, to a design, to an implementation that serves a greater purpose is one of the most fulfilling experiences for me. I’m excited to join Intus Care and to use my skills to help the company advance its mission of empowering data-driven care to elderly populations.” - Amr Abouelleil

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