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I’ve been working as a developer for 9+ years and the last years i’ve been leaning more towards DevOps. Last couple of years I’ve been working mainly with the ecosystem around Kubernetes, Google Cloud, Node.js and a little bit of Go.
In one of my latest projects I was spearheading the development of a brand new cloud native platform running with Kubernetes on Google Cloud (GKE) using tools like Terraform, Let’s Encrypt, Prometheus/Grafana and Helm.
Cloud Native, Kubernetes, DevOps, Node.js and Go
Developer/Full-stack, Sep 2019 - Current
Working with multiple universal Node.js/React applications on ving.se, tjareborg.fi, ving.no and spies.dk.
Full-stack/DevOps, May 2018 - Current
Spearheaded the development of a brand new cloud native publishing platform running Kubernetes on GKE (Google Cloud). Using some of Google Clouds other services too like Cloud SQL, Cloud Storage, Cloud Functions and Cloud KMS.
JS/React developer, May 2017 - May 2018
Rapid reading assessment, powered by eye tracking and artificial intelligence. My role was to develop the portal with all the results of the students for teachers and schools.
Full-stack/DevOps, 2015 - 2017
A brand new sport concept for SVT, my role was as a full-stack developer of the universal Node.js/React with high demands on performance serving a very large amount of users daily. I learned a lot about Node.js in depth and how to tweak and adjust to high demands.
Developer/Full-stack/DevOps, 2016 - 2017
Pointsharp is a security software company that enable Enterprises to secure the login of their users to all their applications with simplified user experience. We built a complete new public web concept for them, my role was as a full-stack developer.
Developer, 2016 - 2017
Akademibokhandeln was about to release it’s e-commerce concept, so my primary role was to develop the checkout page. I learned a lot about Elasticsearch and Python.
Kubernetes controller that will drain and delete nodes (preemptibles) if they are created to close to each other.