About me

I live in Istanbul, Turkey

I am currently working at Majtestech Technologies ( http://www.majestic-technologies.com ). I am ex-worker of  Turkcell Technology that developes applications for telecommunication world especially to Turkcell. I am interested in especially real-time applications, big data technologies and software architectures. And here I am trying to tell my experiences that interested to me that may be interested to you.

You can communicate with me via email: afsungur@gmail.com


2005 – 2009 > Computer Engineering at Yildiz Technical University B. Sc.
2010 – XXX  > Computer Engineering at Istanbul Technical University M. Sc


2008 – 2013 – Turkcell Technology
2013 – xxx – Global Maksimum Data Information & Tech.



  • Turkcell Operational Data Store Development
  • Galata v1,v2,v3 – In a scalable and high available environment Real Time Processing GSM Network Data
  • Data Quality – A comprehensive data quality application that extracts,checks Turkcell DWH data to produce alarms and actions.
  • Hermod – Corporate Search Engine

Technical Skills

  • Internal SQL & PLSQL & Apex & Oracle educator of Turkcell
  • Oracle Apex
  • Oracle Coherence
  • Oracle Warehouse Builder
  • Oracle Data Integrator
  • Oracle Complex Event Processing
  • Oracle PLSQL
  • Core Java
  • J2SE
  • J2EE
  • Java Performance
  • Real-time processing
  • Developing low latency applications
  • Spring
  • C
  • Shell Scripting
  • Linux


  • IETT Bus Tracking and Passenger Informing System
  • Focused Web Spider


Playing Football / Basketball

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