In the real world I earn a living doing consultancy mainly using
Off the hook I have developed a few desktop apps using
node-webkit and I explore mobile development with
I am pretty versatile as I feel at ease with traditional backend and frontend development.
I consider myself a Software Developer building web, desktop, mobile apps.
What I like:
What I don't like:
- Doing only framework-centric stuff - Over crappy code (nearly) impossible to refactor - Doing server maintenance stuff - Scrum master prophets - Meeting focused on "Unleashing communication between people"
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