I'm self-taught, around 11 years of experience with frontend development. Good knowledge of web related things.
I’ve worked on projects ranging from large corporate applications to smaller apps or presentational websites.
Developed a few mobile apps using various hybrid frameworks, I think Flutter is a good choice.
I’ve worked for few years as a UI/UX designer before transitioning to development.
I think most projects are overly complicated and I’m strong believer in simple, functional MVPs and reiteration.
I join Systematic for the opportunity to learn more and work in an interactive, process-oriented environment with larger teams and complex projects, using Angular for a large-scale military defense application. During my employment I led major refactor features, building a solid base for a stable UI framework with shared components between multiple projects.Angular, Typescripttech icons
Found the opportunity of a larger project and together with three partners, start a development company. We work as a technical team for US-based startups.
I transition to Angular 2 and start diving into NodeJS.
In three years I work on different projects with various technologies, languages and frameworks, also building custom middleware, backend modules and microservices with NodeJS. Angular remains my personal preference as a frontent framework.Angular, React, Vue, Next, Express, Node, Ionic, Nativescript and moretech icons
Implemented HTML/CSS layouts and learned jQuery while building a complete publishing platform and client. Being a completely custom CMS it helped make the jump to a junior Frontend Developer.HTML, CSS, jQuerytech icons
Layout design, identity and branding for various freelance projects. I no longer practice design as work, however it’s been a great skill to have moving forward.Photoshoptech icons