Outgoing and motivated person with a great passion for technology and science. The kind of person that gets things done, which is something he takes great pride in. Great eye for detail and willing to make the most of the time and resources he has been given to create the best possible outcome.
He has great teamwork and communication skills, and keeps a high sense of personal responsibility. Reliable, hardworking, a quick learner, always eager to better himself, and loves a good challenge.
Dotmethod is a self-founded software consultancy based in Copenhagen, Denmark. With the vast range and variety of experience I've gained over the years, I've decided to take the leap and start my own independent consulting business.
My primary goal is to help companies build great products, and to help them achieve their business goals by breaking down the technology barriers. I'm a versatile software engineer, which means I'm comfortable working with any stack and across industries on any project that has an interesting technical challenge.
We believe that books and their place in the internet age haven't quite been figured out yet. We've built Literal in order to give book readers a delightful online reading experience. And it's been incredibly rewarding to build the platform from the ground up.
From a technical point of view, Literal is the ideal project. It pushes the tech to its limits on multiple frontiers: data, infrastructure, web, mobile, and devops. I've been involved in building Literal from its inception, and as a CTO I'm responsible for anything technical: from building the team culture and mentoring to technology choices, system architecture, infrastructure, and development.
Kiosk is a cloud-based broadcasting solution that makes it easy for you to share the content you care about with all your work colleagues.
Responsible for leading the development team, and making the technical and architectural decisions for the product. I was actively involved in the development process, working on a full-stack web-based platform.
"The speed of a startup, at the scale of an enterprise" - a catchphrase which I think describes the Garage very well. I worked as part of a small cross-functional agile team of experts, to advise and develop innovative solutions on behalf of our customers. From startups to enterprises, I was responsible for developing customers' ideas into reality.
In this role, I worked with the latest and greatest technologies, across any stacks that come our way, which fits great with my agnostic approach towards technology. I worked with greenfield projects, buiding customer solutions from the group up, as well as with modernization projects, where I was responsible for modernizing legacy systems to cloud-native architectures and bringing customer development teams up to speed with modern DevOps practices.
I began my working career at FundConnect as a web developer, developing web solutions on behalf of clients from the FinTech sector. My responsibilities evolved over the years from single tasks to entire client implementations, and later on to team leader.
I led a team of developers and together we worked on various projects, some of which I was the originator of. My responsibilities spanned from concept to execution, and every step in between, i.e. system architecture, technology selection, server infrastructure, continuous delivery, product development, and more. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to personally build this team, starting from recruitment, to training, support and management.
This position has enabled me to create positive change on an ongoing basis in the places where the company was lacking technologically or otherwise. I’ve been a driver of improvement in internal development processes, I’ve innovated in the product line of the company, and was responsible for several key technological decisions of the company.
On a personal level, this role has enabled me to take as much responsibility as I was able to carry, and I have taken every opportunity to grow both as a developer and as a team leader.
I worked as a full-stack developer with primary focus on Angular & .Net Core development. During my stay in Manchester, with IST, I got the chance to work on an innovative product within the FinTech industry, and had the opportunity to practice my skills on fresh technologies, along-side with a newly established team of talented developers.
The company's product was stealth at the time that I was there and that gave me the chance to focus purely on the development of the product, which accelerated my technical skills.
This study emphasized teamwork and collaboration, bringing the students into the cutting-edge, advanced areas of ICT. What is exceptional is that the program focused not only on theory and textbooks, but on how ICT can be truly useful in real life.
Dynamic environment where the emphasis was put on team work and collaboration. The backbone of the program are long-term projects for which the students were free to choose any topic, as long as it relates to the semester's theme. I've found this "Problem-Based Learning" methodology to be extremely efficient at cementing knowledge, and building essential teamwork skills.