Programming since 1986
Node.js Developer since 2009
Stack Overflow top 1% since 2011
TypeScript Developer since 2017
Deno Developer since 2018
Particularly proud to be working with: Vienna Insurance Group, Beesafe, Clevertech, Nucity Media, OurHarvest, Packt Publishing, Rap-In, Syncano, WarsawJS, and many more clients.
Designing and developing backend APIs for mobile and web applications
Using TypeScript, Node.js, Docker, Kubernetes, Microservices, RabbitMQ, Express, Hapi, Restify, Nest, NoSQL, MongoDB, Redis, PostgreSQL, Travis, CircleCI, Jest, Jasmine, TDD, REST, JSON, APIs, OOP
My Talks and Interviews
C_tech #16 - Angular CDK / Od Node.js do DenoPosted by Connectis on Wednesday, January 22, 2020
My Guest Appearances in Podcasts
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What if I told you there are no tables in relational databases? - The relational model explained using fashion, two crucial sentences and common sense.
Nonblacking I/O on the planet Asynchronia256/16 - explaining asynchronous I/O using fiction
Shame-driven development - The real driving force of open-source software quality.
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