More about me
What is important for me?
- User experience
That's it. Performance, optimization, technologies used are all part of the way. I want to reach my audience and have people that enjoy using what I build.
What have I learned?
- Front end development. Ergonomics appeals to the craftsman inside me. Building user experience requires logic and creativity. It is an awesome problem to tackle.
- Software development. Python & SQLite are my favourite tools for handling back-end, but I have worked with php & postgres and tried c, ruby, redis, mysql & others. I am not afraid of learning.
- Linux server administration. Including high-traffic e-commerce website and back-office for a 200+ employees company.
- Be creative. I went through one year of art school and am decent at sketching; Do photography since I was eight; Music lover, play guitar and piano; Listen to many podcasts (among others this american life & 99% invisible); Was reporter for the European Year of Volunteering in Estonia; Feature at the associative radio back home. I'm not going to be your creative director, but we'll understand each other and work well together.
- Team work. I write code for readability, document it, test it. I communicate and follow guide lines. I use git-scm and have worked with other revision control tools.
What have I done?
I have a keen interest in e-learning and my most significant work experiences were with a big French publisher and a London digital agency specialized in learning.
What do I want to do?
I want to work with web components. I have no doubt it is the future of web development. And if your project has to do with learning (publishing, podcasts, journalism, education, science, ...), there is a good chance I will be interested. Please don't hesitate to get in touch! I'll call or write you back as soon as possible.