Sydney NSW, Australia
Linux Python Bash Web Cybersecurity
CISM AWS SysOps Admin - Associate LFCS
2012 - 2018
July 2020 - Present
An innovative tech company with AI, ML, and food as a focus. In charge of building products and launching them, as well as strategy. 2 current subsidiaries: Get A Feed and Tryt.
January 2020 - Present
Building websites for a variety of purposes using a variety of stacks.
April 2019 - Present
In charge of mission-critical information systems for a large real estate company. Made and enhanced many websites owned by the company.
In this project, I was required to create a beautiful e-commerce website for a cakery. I used WordPress for the site and used WooCommerce for the shop. Part of the project was an extensive revision process involving major colour scheme changes using CSS.
In this project, I was required to design a webshop for a perfumery. I used WordPress for the site and WooCommerce for the shop. Part of this project was an advanced manual SQL database migration between incompatible software versions, as well as multiple full site migrations to different hosts using SFTP. I also experimented using AWS Lightsail twice as a host for the website due to a slow hosting package. This involved configuring an email server, extensive DNS setup, and SSL config. The first time, I used OpenLiteSpeed for its performance and the second NGINX + FastCGI for performance and compatibility.
Ayden had a comprehensive understanding of what I needed and performed above and beyond. He was approachable, friendly, and most of all, very good at what he does. We have made more sales with our new website than ever before, all thanks to him. Keep up the good work.— Escential Perfumes
Hardened Linux systems using a variety of methods including Bash scripts, malware scanners, and manual checking. Competed against 144 other teams from ages 12-18 and came in 2nd place.
Competed against 18 other intellectual children from ages 7-13 in cognitive challenges like memory and mathematical skills, coming in 6th place.
Built and coded an EV3 robot to perform complicated tasks in a rescue maze. Competed against 400 other teams from ages 12-18 and came in 2nd place.
Ayden Bottos may be only 12 years old but he already has a big ambition. “I’ve always wanted to be a CEO since I was 7, so the earlier I can be a CEO the better,” Ayden said laughing.
At 18 months old, Ayden Bottos was reading books. At four, he was applying for credit cards and ordering pizzas. At eight he started building his own operating system and now, at the age of 12, he has become a semi-finalist in Australia’s first television search for the nation’s brightest child.