Over the years I've had the opportunity to work for several different companies and on different kinds of projects. Here is a summary of these jobs.
I'm helping Playonic with the maintenance and development of their football manager game Virtual Manager - a web application built in Ruby on Rails and vanilla JS. My tasks consist of pretty much everything from ops and server maintenance to frontend development.
I've helped Substance Lab build two different Ruby on Rails apps as a subcontractor. Both apps were greenfield projects, and my responsibilities were primarily developing the backends.
For Nordplaner I have developed two Ruby libraries. One is an integration with eIndkomst, a registry maintained by the Danish tax authorities, where companies report salary payments. The other is an integration for delivering documents to eBoks, a public digital mail solution for Danish citizens.
The Danish political party Alternativet hired me to develop a solution that enables single sign on between two separate webapps.
Software developerPlayonic ApS2010 - 2014
Developer / Co-ownerAnybite ApS2009 - 2012
In Anybite we developed a search engine from scratch that made restaurant menus searchable based on geolocation and type of food and ingredients. We built it as a Ruby on Rails web app backed by a Solr server. My responsibilities covered backend development and maintaining the infrastructure, as well as taking part in the more strategic discussions on the business side of things.
Software DeveloperCCI Magazine2009 - 2010
I had a short stint with CCI Magazine, where I worked on the desktop client for the workflow management system developed for the magazine publishing industry. The client was developed in Java Swing and talked to a Java Enterprise backend.
Software DeveloperLenio A/S2008 - 2009
At Lenio I had the opportunity to work with several very different technologies. I developed an extension to a document registry that made it possible to add specific metadata to the documents, I built a prototype desktop client for a proprietary microblogging platform in Adobe Flex, and it was here I first dipped my toes in Ruby on Rails building a prototype for a potential client.
IT SpecialistAcure / IBM Healthcare2005 - 2008
This was my first position as a professional programmer. I worked on a public Danish healthcare platform that is the main entrance for citizens as well as healthcare professional, and at that time it was a large Java Enterprise web application. Over the 3 years I got to work with development and maintenance of pretty much all parts of the application. I handled second level support as well and worked closely together with the customer on figuring out requirements for new features.
On my GitHub account I have variuos bits and bobs of small things I've made in my spare time and open source contributions.