I’m an insatiably curious fellow and I’m interested in (almost) everything, always trying to analyze, deconstruct and demystify the surrounding world to be able to better understand it. Especially when it comes to technology and its impact on humans; I’m passionate about the awesome potential of software and the creativity in figuring out how to harness that power to serve the needs of the user. I suppose I’m a generalist when it comes to software, having worked with almost all aspects of software development.
I love the technical challenges of both front-end and back-end development but also the art of trying to figure out what to build and how to build it, getting not just the technology right but the whole product. I have a long history in the world of medical software, where I among other things helped create and establish a monitoring system for delivery wards. It is truly a fascinating world where the technology itself is critically important and at the same time has to be invisible and not disturbed. This also means that I have come to develop a hidden, darker side of my personality where I take an almost perverse pleasure in EU product regulations, legislation, processes, and other fun stuff.
At the moment, my main “hobby” is hanging out with our awesome little rescue dog, Dot, and to marvel at her cute little paws. Other than that, I love music, literature, film, history, useless trivia, designing furniture, potato chips, playing the guitar, carpentry, visiting world heritage sites, fancy cocktails, running, and championing the cause that “en tallrik fil” is a proper lunch.