Originally a PHP developer, I've been trying to make usable web sites for the last 15 years. Having moved over to the .NET platform I've come to know the power of the Microsoft platform and what it has to offer. I enjoy working full stack and I like challenges in the front-end as well as database design and most things in between.
I didn't always like to work with all aspects of a web site. In fact, (way) back when I started I thought that "just" HTML was the coolest thing ever and I had no idea that there was more to it. I spent a lot of time in my early teens trying to understand how things, such as styling, worked. And the internet contained a whole lot less information back then compared to now. It worked out well in the end and I mass produced plenty of unuseful, unhelpful and underdeveloped web sites, as we all did back then…
Lately I've become more and more interested in the mobile aspect of the web and the benefits a web site can have of a mobile application. With growing support for making applications to mobile platforms with web development technology I'm looking forward to having to trash everything I know about web developing every once in a while in the years to come.
Apart from developing I'm trying to keep my garden alive (at least a little) and watch a massive amount of football with my wife. I do code a lot on my spare time as well and I have a couple of apps up on Google Play, none of which has made me a billionaire so far.
I aim to keep learning interesting new technologies, and as long as I can combine my hobby with my professional life, I'm a happy camper!