I have been working as a full stack developer for a decade now. I started my career while I was still a student. Now look at me... senior developer with 10 years of experience. I worked in several companies due that time, also doing a lot as a freelancer. I gained a solid amount of experience. Not only about coding. I learned how to lead people and projects, how user center design is important, how to write clean and maintainable code, how to speak with customers and satisfy them without willing to cut myself :)
I prefer to work remotely, I am more efficient that way better organized. I am self employed but usually I try to work for one client full time. Only sometimes I am working on freelance projects.
I will always consider any opportunity, so don’t hesitate to ask ;)
All kinds of web projects, applications and tools. From single page websites through complex tools based on frameworks and e-commerce platforms and CRMs to building own CMS.
Rewriting reporting tool to Laravel. Maintenance and technical lead for call centers applications and internal tools in Python and Flask.
Building and managing Python with Django application for government hardware and software stocktaking.
Working on data mining project with Elasticsearch. Interactive map with AngularJS, Symfony and later with Laravel. Maintenance old projects in Zend Framework. Building frontend tools with jQuery, SASS, Responsive Design.
Working for companies like McDonald’s, Bayer, Volkswagen, WWF, Oxfam.
Work and maintenance on management system for contracts, invoices, agents, payments and many more. Requirements analysis and technical documentation.
Work with many different web projects.
Implementation of the custom CRM system for telecommunications customers. Providing analysis of customer requirements. Debugging and repairing system. Preparation of test scenarios. Testing.
Complete creation, extension and maintenance of web services. Involved in custom CMS creation. Script creation. Optimization for SEO. Technical care of hardware, servers and local network. Support for office workers and customers on IT field.
You can find my recent projects on my Gitlab account. But ask for access, since all projects are private.