Everything started with blogging and exploring Windows XP but learning computer programming happened in 2008 while exploring the Parand King Software Collection. Beloved web development filled my whole time for 6 years, but I only try to keep my knowledge up to date these days. I’ve developed two simple desktop applications with C#. In brief, because of my curiosity, I try many things out and now over 4 years past since I left in love with mobile application programming. It seems Blockchain would be the next.
I prefer to work as a freelancer, but I certainly very much enjoy working with others; I enjoy the team spirit and I'm understanding of the needs of others. I'm good at helping the team to see the bigger picture – to see the wood from the trees – helping them to focus on what really matters rather than getting bogged down in irrelevant detail. I'm an engineer who can handle all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients. Depending on the project, what customers need may be a mobile stack, a web stack, or a native application stack. I'm a full-stack developer.
I follow new technologies and keep technical knowledge up-to-date as well as read management, marketing, and startups related stuff and really hard trying to improve own individual skills. Medium.com, JournalDev.com, Vogella.com, Chetor.com, and Virgool.io are favored resources to learn and try new stuff; I also don't miss any number of subscribed weekly newsletters.
I apply to companies that help me to improve my productivity and creativity. So, startups and small teams are my preferred options most of the time.