What can I do for you?
I'm a software engineer with 8+ years of experience in both scientific institutions and Fortune 500 companies. I work as a full-stack developer, help companies fix their software architecture, improve their tools and processes, and run on-site workshops.
Here are some things I can do for your company:
A good web application is the best value for money investment if you need an app. You don't have to make separate versions for different operating systems, and almost everyone has a smartphone!
I can help you build one from scratch or connect existing ones to external services like Stripe or ElasticSearch. I focus on backend development (Django, Flask), but I'm no stranger to frontend (Vue.js). I also have a solid understanding of security and SEO.
Would you like to set up your next project so that it's simple and easy to start but robust enough to support thousands of users? Are you overwhelmed by the number of different frameworks and tools? Or maybe your current project is getting out of hand, and you want to put it back on track?
First, check my free workshop on this subject. And if you want to learn more, let's talk.
Are you looking for a bespoke workshop on a Python-related topic? A 1-day-long workshop on testing or deployment can save you days of trial and error.
How about a workshop from someone who is actively using those tools and techniques in his daily job? And who has experience explaining technology to people during meetups, conferences, and as a workshop mentor? Interested? Check out my workshops offer.
Do you need a document management tool like Google Drive or AWS WorkSpaces? But none of the existing solutions can be customized? I can help you build one that will fully meet your needs!
I have built document management platforms for financial institutions and scientific research facilities that store millions of records. I was also working on Invenio - the biggest Python-based open-source library to create digital repositories and library systems.
Migration to Python 3
Do you still have an old Python 2 project that you need to migrate to Python 3? First of all, you don't have to migrate to Python 3. But often that's the best idea, and I can give you a hand with that.
I will help you prepare the migration, show you some tools to make it easier, and overlook the whole process. And if the migration isn't an option, I can suggest some alternatives.
Contacting me won't cost you anything, and I will always get back to you. If we agree that I could help you, we can schedule a chat. And if I can't be of any assistance, I know many professionals with different skill sets and could recommend someone to you.