Pavel Shults was born and raised in Belarus. He was always passionate about Math and programming, but he was also interested in martial arts. In high school, he was one of the leaders at Republican and International Programming Olympiads and finished the Belarusian State University with a degree in Programming and Applied Math. His career began at Itransition in his fourth year of university. He worked as a Java developer and then as project manager of customer support projects, where he got his first experience in customer support. Soon Pavel became VP of Customer Service at Itransition. His total experience of managing customer support projects clocks at 10 years. He is a proud owner of the ITIL certificate and uses the ITIL methodology in CS projects. Pavel loves martial arts, especially Russian Style. He also enjoys travelling and seeing new countries. He is a Dad to three kids, two of them are already frequenting programming training courses.
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