I work as a
Full-Stack Developer for different companies, I mainly handle
Backend Code in languages such as
NodeJS or many others. Over at the
Frontend I mainly use
CSS I have dabbed in
VueJS as well as
AngularJS but usually I stick to the classic, trusted
From the above text I guess you can tell that I've basically tried them all but that's not the only things I've tried out/worked in! I have maintained a
MariaDB replicating node-based custom system
designed by myself as well as
take care of anything Server Related, I preffer installing some kind of
Linux distribution on all of my servers, but that's just personal preference as I can easily manage
Windows Server as well just as easily.
There are a couple of frameworks I can say I have mastered such as
Code Igniter 3 and
Code Igniter 4 since these provide me with the most control over my code and act as a nice assistant to keep track of where my things are! I really like
Symphony for their advanced features but I don't usually bite more than I can chew and always keep the scope of the project in mind ( such as this website ) and I end up either using a very light weight framework such as
Code Igniter 3 or simply build everything from scratch.
Now when it comes to languages such as
C# I talk a lot with the team to decide what to do, I really enjoy hearing people's opinions and seeing what the best option is based on team effort. An example would be when me and a team started working on a
Java program and ended up switching to
JavaFX since a lot of us were familiar with
CSS and wanted to take full advantage of our abilities.
I just love learning new stuff, now that doesn't limit me to new programming languages or the
IT environment, I actually
love drawing and have even taken multiple
Design Classes, it's kind of ironic that I can be half-decent at paper drawing but I suck so bad at drawing with a graphics tablet, maybe I just haven't practiced enough 🤔
I've actually bought quite a lot of electronics as well, since I just love playing with those, and yes, I got an
Arduino ( a couple actually ) with them plus a couple
Raspberry Pi Zero W just to learn some new skills with those, actually put them to good in a couple different occasions such as keeping track of different sensor values(temperature, humidity, pressure, etc... ) from my home.
I love open source software, I use it so much and so often, the whole community as a whole is amazing most of the time as well. Right now my website is using a FOSS Language, Framework and packages for said language.
I'm the kind of guy that will always try and fit in the requirements and improve said requirements to the maximum instead of adding 1000 useless features that no one needs only to have 1000 useless low quality features, this website is a perfect example, it's been created in
Code Igniter 3 plus a
MarkDown processor to write all those pages!
My native tongue is
Romanian, I actually preffer
English and can perfectly speak/write/understand it, even those Shakespearian expressions. Right now I am learning
German and am loving it!