Currently working at Swiftly, as SCRUM Master and Frontend developer, and on projects for my own company; Elysium Labs to hone my skills in frontend- and backend development, and design. Scroll down to see my latest released projects.
In my own time I enjoy reading educational books, learning a new language, digging into codes and playing sports.
Juno - Open Source React Gmail Client
03 November 2021
Juno is an Open Source React based Gmail application.
A minimalistic design for less cognitive load, so you can use your brain for the needed work.
Go through your emails with minimal clicks.
Keep clear track of your to-do emails and new emails.
The application is still under development and is only available to developers. Feel free to contribute or use it. Read more about the project on the Github Repository's README.md
Frontend: Build with React, TypeScript, Sass, and Redux.
A company website for the platform that will revolutionize the search for a perfect job for a job seeker, and the search of a candidate for a company. We achieve this by only asking the important and needed details at the right time, to learn about the dreams of a job seeker and wishes of a company.
A first website for a starting business, it portrays the business' services, allows for visitor to send a form to get in contact, and allows for them to create blogs. All of the content is handeled via Contentful.
By using my extensive experience with Jira and Confluence I'm able to support the development process. The analytical andstructured approach of matter supports writing down easy to understand application logic on a central location inConfluence, the development team can consultant it anytime and from anywhere.
With my passion to learn, I have taught myself to work with React. With this I wish to create numerous great products. React lends itself well for advanced application logics and ensuring high performance.
Leveraging the universal use of typing (meaning, defining that a number value is always a number), I aim to secure the project's stability on the input-output aspect. As well as making it easy to understand for other developers what the data consists of, making the threshold for collaboration and integration lower.
In working with the static-site generation web framework Gatsby, I've learned to leverage the power of GraphQL.
Having implemented Redux into several projects, it is my go to state container for React Apps. I have experience with both React-Redux and Redux Toolkit.
There are many ways of using CSS in React, one of which is the utility-first CSS framework called Tailwind. The benefits of using this are immense, such as standarized CSS classes, and not having to leave the line of JSX you are writing to add some classes.
Building the frontend of a SaaS application as the sole frontend developer, whilst serving as Scrum Master.
Leading the development of an insurance company internal systems.
Collaborating with a team using Agile methods, to design and create a SaaS application.
Extending the functionalities of an homegrown Helpdesk application.
Restructuring and simplifying the entire internal communication and documentation flow.
Managing the build and release of an international B2B/B2C webshop.
Creating a module with an easy wizard that generates a broad advice ready for their clients.