What that means is that I’m mostly working on Angular and React projects at work, and my colleagues are doing their Spring or similar Java backends, and then we build them all and push them out. The “enterprise grade” means we write a lot of tests and some architecture and we document things and we do several abstraction layers that seem not necessary, but help us when we work in huge groups of devs.
This is me:
I’m from Slavonski Brod, Croatia, but I’m living near Munich, Germany, with my wife Marija and my two kids.
Things I like doing
I have a lot of interests, and here are some of them.
- Most of my day revolves around my work. So, of course I do a lot of software-related things.
- I have a family - my incredible wife and my two sons. I spend a lot of time with them.
- I like doing photography for a hobby. I have fun doing that
- I like music, I’ve tried to teach myself guitar, and I’ve sang in some vocal ensambles in the past.
- I like playing computer games, in fact that’s how I got into doing computer stuff for a living.
Things I’ve made before
I have a wide spectrum of experiences in my life, mostly in working career. I’ve:
- “stolen” a whole 17-person accounting department for the company I’ve worked at,
- connected cars to Internet, and developed mobile in-car payments systems,
- trained a lot of people, from teaching kids English and maths, to teaching very smart people some software things,
- spoken on local and international conferences,
- developed all kinds of other software projects, from high-performance ad servers, social media products, web and web payments, tourism and fashion portals, self-help systems, games and other software.
Ask me about any of these for more. Alternatively, you can read more details on these jobs on my LinkedIn profile.