My first programming language. Django is my go-to tech stack when
I'm programming anything full-stack for myself. I also have a Raspberry Pi at home, which I use for scheduled
web-scraping, in Python, for an experimental search engine I'm working on.
I've worked extensively on code in Java in the fintech job that I've held since 2021.
I originally learned to program in Java in my BSc studies and have since also done
a Udemy course in Maven.
I've taken part in developing new products in NodeJS in my current position.
I did some programming in C++ and F# for my BSc studies.
and I've used Typescript/Angular for front-end development at work.
As the projects I've done for myself have been web services, they have involved visual design of a user interface,
which I have always done on my own, variably using CSS, Python, Photoshop and/or Blender.
I originally learned to work with SQL queries, in SQL Server, in my position as an expert at the National Statistical Institute, which I held for over 13 years.
In my BSc studies I learned more advanced SQL operations. In my work as a developer, I have worked extensively on databases and
have, for instance, been responsible for converting DB2 SQL code into MySQL code. I have also done a Udemy course in Database Engineering, and
my own projects have involved databases, which used to be always in SQLite, but more recently I've switched to PostgreSQL, for a project that is more data driven.
In my current position, I've used Datadog, as a developer, and I have also completed a Udemy course in DataDog,
which covered more advanced usages of the monitoring platform.
My initial contact with Linux was on Ubuntu, for a course in Computer Networking, but I have since set up and managed
two websites on Linux servers, through SSH connection; same for my Raspberry Pi.
I'm a Safe certified scrum master.
Last updated: 02.02.2023