I am experienced senior software engineer. I do backend and frontend development, and hardware development. I also design and create new hardware with fast prototyping. I like to do a lot of science research everyday, make cool hardware projects, and contribute to open-source software in public domain. I am experienced in Microsoft technologies such as C# .NET, but also in love with Linux - Scripting, Webdesign and Web Apps development. I also made some Android apps.
I'm really excited to work with such awesome people - I'm never bored and always get an interesting projects. Mainly do desktop & backend Web development in C# .NET - WPF, Microservices and frontend - MVC, Angular, React. Office and the team is great and we are always having fun.
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Bringing security enhancements into mobile pay terminals paired with credit card POS systems on the Windows Universal Platform, creating tens of fine-grained Android apps for customer in the US, and making progress with internal CI Gitlab tools. From generation X evolved a senior knowledge base.
Grew up into agile master, doing on features for time-critical industry web application. Client from Germany demanding the most professional and independent approach for job to be done. Mobile app prototype for Android and iOS tablets development using Xamarin in healthcare area for another German client.
Creating a massive cloud finance and accounting application in ASP.NET and SQL Server. Creating fluid & seamless experience for users, using Microsoft Azure services and VM's to deploy, our team, including me, finished a huge amount of great work on responsiveness and cross-browser comatibility of most modern components in the market.
Found out that hardware design is fun. But most of the time developing a full-blown desktop app in WPF, using new patterns and approaches to Desktop Application Development. Learned some really useful tricks on how to deploy Microservices, work with XAML and WPF, writing scripts for the SQL Server and work under pressure while delivering updates on time.
While still studying at University, I sold one of my school projects to Gamo and they were very happy how accurate it was, using OpenCV to form a new generation of Optical Mark Recognition, Barcode Recognition, and OCR software library that was used in their Application for Universities to automatize processing of written tests. From paper straight into the high-speed scanner and you get accurate results plus statistics and much more.
Learned a lot of UNIX systems and how to write clean and unbeatable code.
Graduated also from Computer Science, among other things.
Apart from being a developer, I enjoy most of my time creating IoT things. In the winter, I am an avid skiier. During the warmer months here in Slovakia, I enjoy mountain biking and swimming.
I follow a number of like-to-hack youtubers, and I spend a large amount of my free time exploring the latest technolgy advancements in the mobile and hardware development world.
Group of people involved in amateur radio and RF hacking. 24+ active members in my hometown, gaining impressions also in the US. We also have two hacker girls!
Community of 150+ hardware and software ehthusiasts is forming this Slovak intellectual top. Since founded in 2015, many CZ/SK Hardware engineers joined, like Danyk, Chiptron, and others...