Product development engages me. My biggest contribution to a product is the efficient use of technology. 12 years ago, hobby became a career and I have specialized in web technology.
During programming, I experience the highest quality of work by building a good technical architecture. An efficient developer is not one that writes code fast, it is one that writes code that creates the most possible reuse of code while minimizing maintenance. It's about combining three key concepts: Standardization, Scalability and Simplicity. The cost in time spent for different ways to develop a solution varies far more than most people realize.
User Experiences (UX) is not something a designer creates on his digital drawing board. It's not something a developer makes with their code. It is something a good product team builds together. People are what make the difference between good and bad technology. When I work with product development, I always see possibilities and potentials. I am a creative, full of ideas and sets ambition levels high both for the products I work with and for myself. Product development and innovation occupy me both in and outside work."