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An absolute genius – what more to say? To be honest, just an ordinary developer. No amazing accomplishments as a result of working for major tech giants like Facebook, Amazon, Google etc. Just a jolly Dane that is extremely good at what he is doing. I believe what makes for a good developer is not necessarily several decades of FuzzBuzz mastering, but his ability to solve problems in the most agile and effective way possible.
I would consider myself a full-stack devigner (it’s true - it’s a word). Though I don’t specialise in anything in particular, I have an ability to use my understanding in the software engineering space, a keen sense of design and UI/UX, and a remarkable attention to detail to engineer and built problem solving solutions that deliver.
I started out in brand strategy and identity design, but slowly transitioned in to coding and development, as I realised early on, that I couldn’t rely on third parties to provide me the level of quality I insisted on delivering for my clients. So, as they say, “if you want it done right, do it yourself”. WordPress and PHP were my first steps in the development world, and i got so curious as to how it worked that I even experimented in building my own full-stack framework called Well (unfortunately now lost in a BitBucket account tied to a long forgotten high-school e-mail address), which featured navigation history, routing, server side rendering, AJAX communication with a backend service, and more. It was dependant on PHP as back-end, a preferred MVC file structure, and jQuery on the front-end, but it worked, and a few sites such as CBDORA, My Life My Book, Raw Attitude, even a bespoke campaign management tool built for Fiat Industrial, and more were built using this framework.
A few years later I learned about React and transitioned almost instantly away from my own setup. But I know that pushing myself in to building such framework (despite how limited featurewise and code heavy it was) – it gave me so much understanding and experience, which has proved useful later on in learning new languages, understanding core development fundamentals, learning computer science, and expanding my own palette of languages and frameworks as it stands today.
Aside from my daily duties as Creative Lead in Yummp Design Studio I also take part in multiple different projects and new businesses, either as partner or leading consultant.
I have met and worked with so many interesting people and teams. Many of which have been with multiple projects and some still this day today amazing partnerships and continuous collaboration.
Now it has been a month. What is my excuse? Honestly - I don't really have one.
It has been a crazy month, with my brothers comunion, family from Denmark, approaching deadlines, my own birthday suddenly coming up, and overall just a lot of stuff - and oddly enough, I really haven't had much to talk about.. At least I haven't had before!
Today - after a long time of continous development and work setting up a complete Kubernetes + Gitlab + GlusterFS + Microservice environment, I definitely have loads to talk about, but I have needed this month to catch up on some stuff, and not that the Daily Gakker takes a lot of my time, I just haven't had much to share the past time. That is going to chance for sure.
So stay tuned - I will be in touch shortly.
This is quite a big umbrella of things, but I specialise in brand strategy and help start-ups create amazing brands.
It is an odd thing to put on your CV, but you will be surprised how many out there actually don't use their head.
Brands, designs, products, coding, ideas and business. I develop on everything.
Probably one of my greatest powers. I learn very fast and am easily taught new concepts and technologies.
I started out as a graphic designer, but today I know that design is more than just about visuals - it is about emotions.
Well - not stuff that has been lost I would say.. I find patterns and possible solutions to some often complicated issues.
I am not just a passive mind procrastinating - I take big part in the actual making of products and solutions.
We all need our fuel.. Mine come in the shape of spanish Café con Leche, and aromatic Red Wine (after working hours of course).
I’m always happy to meet interesting people for coffee.