Insight into my specialization
This page gives some insight into the areas, languages and frameworks I specialize in
Software Development
Having filled many-hats between DevOps, Back-end, Front-end and Full-stack roles, over the years, I now consider myself to be a very well rounded fullstack developer. While I haven't played any active roles in Design, Product and Project management, I do consider myself a important contributor to these areas on every project and organization I have worked with over my career.
Project management
Since 2015, I have been spending time with Python, Django, Node as well as PHP. As of current (2023) I am also slowly gaining an interest into Rust and the potential of creating native desktop applications.
During my career as a backend developer I have gradually picked up front-end development due to requirements on projects, as well as needs for my own side projects. I have transitioned from simple websites with HTML, CSS (SCSS & SASS) & plain JavaScript, to utilizing HTMX and Bootstrap, Bulma & Vue on Django projects. As of recent, I have been building a lot of things with React & MUI, as well as NextJS, while bringing my front and backend experience to a fullstack picture. In 2023, mosf of the projects I end up working with end up utilizing my full-stack experience.

DevOps & CI/CD

Coming from an sys-admin & network-admin background, and having covered multiple roles where DevOps was needed for Django, I have gotten quite accustomed at rolling out my own development pipelines for small to medium projects; or getting familiar fast with more complex pipelines in legacy projects.
DevOps, CI/CD:
  • Gitlab, Github
  • Terraform, Ansible, Pulumi
  • Docker, Vagrant
  • Kubernetes, Nomad, Consul

Project management

I can plan features and projects from start to finish, organize meetings and get all the stakeholders involved. Of course, its never a clear path, mileage always varies, but having Agile principles stamped into my day-to-day process makes things smooth. I'm experienced with KanBan, Jira, Gitlab, Github for project management. My approaches are always Agile and Scrum. While I currently have no aspirations of becoming a project, product manager or scrum master. As a developer, I know very well how these roles connect with my responsibilities, and how to optimize to work alongside these roles.
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