During my career I've had the pleasure of having all sorts of responsibilties, experiences and positions
one can have in developing online business. Besides technology, I understand the requirements and priorities business wise.
Neverending curiosity on all aspects of web development defines me more as a generalist
than a sole specialist (someone could describe me as a full stack developer, if that means anything). I tend to see this as a good thing - being able to adopt to different roles,
knowledge on various technologies and trends as well as having a broad view how things work has been
professionally a huge benefit. And it keeps working enjoyable and interesting :)
Today, the frontend tends to be the most interesting part from the point of web development.
applications towards highend websites is something I follow very closely.
I have knowledge on modern frontend libraries & technologies
such as Angular.js, Ember.js, Foundation and many others.
While attractive, stylish and easy-to-use frontends are in center of attention, I would not be geek enough if modern backend
technologies would not tickle my guts.
Ruby on Rails might be trendy was trendy,
Python/Django is for true neckbeards and Drupal well promoted, but I prefer
Symfony2 as my weapon of choice.
Unlimited options, fast development, great performance. Awesome community and support. Nice.
..but actually I do endorse many different frameworks, I don't really care about the programming language used.
I have a solid experience on project management and team management. The clients I've worked together with have varied from
public listed companies to private companies and small organizations. I've lead R&D teams which consisted of several developers and
Another position where I feel comfortable is web architect. I have plenty of experience on designing fairly complex
web applications for very specific needs. These systems include applications for invoicing, reporting & publishing to CRM systems to name a few.
I also have some experience on entrepreneurship. I've operated as a CEO and a self-employed person, and this never-ending experiment goes on..
I'm not a web designer by any means. I'm a visual person with opinions and ideas, but not the artist who's able to think outside of box when it comes to awesome web designs & also being able to create them :)
However I have a very good network amongst designers to deliver professional designs for your needs as a part of the project you wish to accomplish.