University Diploma, Theoretical Philosophy @
I was born in January 1978 and my first computer was a Commodore 64. On that I wrote my first programs - loads of fun. I immediately got hooked on that mysterious machine. Later, since both my parents worked as journalists at a newspaper, we got a Macintosh (Macs were very popular at news papers). There I
I was born in January 1978 and my first computer was a Commodore 64. On that I wrote my first programs - loads of fun. I immediately got hooked on that mysterious machine. Later, since both my parents worked as journalists at a newspaper, we got a Macintosh (Macs were very popular at news papers). There I started playing with HyperCard. That was the 80s. The 90s got more serious - so serious that I installed new and exotic operating systems on my Mac. I played with BeOS, Linux and BSDs.
Early to mid 2000s I started paid work using tools like Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP (the good ol’ LAMP stack). Mostly, I worked with Flash/ActionScript which was very popular at the time. So I've got a background in frontend development.
Over the past few years I've earned the latest buzzword title "DevOps guy" since I've managed a farm of servers and embedded devices for years. I’m mostly using Docker (http://docker.com) for this these days. CoreOS (http://cores.com) is very interesting too.
I'm also a part time actor. I've worked with the theatre company Orkestern (the Orchestra) of which I am also one of the founders. I've also acted in a few bigger Swedish movies.
Senior Backend Developer @ Statistics aggregation, ad serving (live streaming, videos, images, transcoding etc), application deployment on AWS with Autoscaling, Launch configurations, Code Deploy, Docker and EC2 Container Service.
Build pipelines from commit to deploy using CircleCI and AWS Code Deploy.
I work with server and appliance infrastructure, caching and backends and of course the development of critical parts of our software such as image conversion, video encoding and dicom network communication. My work is mostly backend related by I'm pretty much all-round. From server and embedded appliance deployment using chef/shell/docker, web apps using Ruby on Rails, Postgres, MongoDB, Riak and Ceph + many services on AWS. Applications in Java and Ruby(both MRI and JRuby). Worked some with ZeroMQ. Have done large-scale conversion of pixel data. Concurrent and parallell programming etc. I always accept a challenge and right now interested in GO for some parts of the system. Lately I've worked with Amazon Simple Workflow and I quite like it.
Our infrastructure talks to machines in hospitals and clinics (such as ultrasound machines) all over the world from Dubai, Riyadh and Cairo to Casablanca to Chicago, New York and Los Angeles to Stockholm and Berlin.
I've traveled a lot to the USA and some to other places such as Morocco. In Morocco I managed the technology part of a project to bring portable ultrasound - with remote doctors in France and the USA - to poor, pregnant women in the countryside with great success. And I got to practice my french and learn some arabic in the process which was fun.
The service is an FDA Class 1 Medical Device.
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