I've always had a passion for technology so when I started to feel that I wanted something more, after working for a few years after high school in the Security Industry in Sweden, the decision was obvious - I started my studies at The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm at the Bachelor & Master Degree Programme in Computer Science.
During my studies I worked part-time and involved myself in student organisations, always trying to learn more and experience more besides my studies. Not that the studies were boring or not stimulating enough, on the contrary my studies were quite fulfilling and I loved to learn more and more about Computer Science and programming together with my class mates. I worked and involved myself outside my studies since I believed then, as I do now, that in order to think more creatively everybody needs a wider range of stimuli and some randomness in their daily life.
I started my studies at the Master & Degree Programme in 2011. I completed my Bachelor in 2014 and started my Master studies the same year. At the end of 2014, family circumstances required me to do a change of focus in my daily life, so I started working full-time.
I consider myself a pragmatic full stack developer (experience in Angular.JS, React.JS, Node.js, Golang, Docker, Kubernetes, Amazon Web Services etc) whom is keen to use a good solution for a specific problem which is still maintainable and extendable by anyone else than myself. I'm experienced and passionate in designing & building highly available and scalable high performance web platforms while being agile & lean. I implement concepts such as Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment as I know that whatever I'm doing is going to be developed tomorrow as well.
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Primarily working with frontend technologies (such as Angular.JS, Gulp, Karma). I also help the company in it's strive to make it's legacy platform able to be cloud native which is done by designing a modern architecture for new features while trying to make old components container-ready.
Due to family reasons I moved to Japan during summer 2017 and sadly was unable to continue my employment at Silobreaker.
Designing and implementing the QUAD web system platform according to the agile methodology. The platform is managed through Docker Swarm and Consul. Technologies used for QUADs various apps are React, Angular, ExpressJS, Koa, SailsJS, Scala/Play, Redis, CouchDB, MongoDB, nginx, HA Proxy among else.
Worked with providing IT support to smaller companies and individuals while studying. Also successfully managed the operative aspects of my employer in my region which included tasks such as HR, customer relations, project management and technical support to my developers and IT support technicians.
This was a bachelor's degree project at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, where we developed a tool for Ericsson. The tool was meant to visualize their dependencies in code using graph structures. The project time span was six months and we worked agile using Scrum developing methodology. The tool was written in C++ relying on the QT framework for the front-end and the Google Test library for unit tests.
My role in this project: Frontend developer and UX/UI-designer.