I love writing software and am passionate about delivering well thought-out and well tested code. Mostly in Java, though I enjoy shell scripting & occasionally PHP as well. I approach development with a healthy mixture of pragmatism and perfectionism. Been writing software in one way or another for over 18 years, tinkered with much more than I can either remember or write down. Big fan of fully automated build, test and release cycles. Pretty wide range of technical expertise and interests, including software engineering, technical coaching and infrastructure-as-code.
INTIX is a startup working on data archiving, searching, monitoring and interpretation in the sphere of financial messaging. My role is rather diverse and includes most of the low-level architecture & day- to-day technical decision making, development, technical interviews of new candidates, keeping an eye on code quality, release management, and R&D related to the flagship product. When time permits, infrastructure setup/maintenance also falls to me.
We create digital storytelling software for museums and tourism. Basically building a content management system for digital tour guides, including publishing capabilities for webapps and native Android apps.
General software development/consulting. I support various developers in their operations. Mostly by writing code, including e-commerce, payment systems integrations & back-end implementations. I also facilitate project setup, coach people on a technical level, take care of server infrastructure and generally do whatever is required to help people with their software projects.
Worked on a platform powering live streaming websites. The platform enables partners to quickly create new websites, while taking care of video streaming, payments, model recruitment and pretty much anything else. My tasks included improving a the old code base wrt maintainability & security; coaching the team in terms of continuous integration and unit testing; performance tuning and general PHP development.
I developed web applications for government bodies using various Java-related technologies, including JSF, Spring, Hibernate, Lucene, ...