I am currently located in Varna, Bulgaria. That's on the south-east side of Europe, on the Black Sea.
I started my web development career in 2010 as an apprentice to a hardcore freelancer and pretty fast learned the basics of HTML and CSS.
We had our own small coding company - HTML Lab. In this company I was doing the front-end part and was mainly focused on slicing design files and turning them into static HTML pages.
First real job
Between 2012 and 2018 I was full-time employed in one of the larges companies in Varna, Bulgaria - 2create. In this company I worked for some of the biggest PSD to HTML brands out there - htmlBurger and htmlBoutique. I developed thousands (yes thousands) of different projects for clients from all over the globe and was focused on the front-end part of all projects.
I participated in defining, integrating and teaching the internal coding standards in the company and was a mentor to several front-end developers.
During my employment between 2012 and 2018 I developed, integrated and maintained the internal build systems for the company. This included mastering CSS pre- and post-processors such as LESS, SASS/SCSS and PostCSS, task runners such as Gulp and Grunt, module bundlers such as Webpack and Rollup, and NodeJS which I used as a runtime.
In Three 11 we were focused on providing the best possible quality while using bleeding edge technologies. We worked on several in-house projects along with some interesting client websites and applications.
The latest project I worked on is a large international IoT application for one of the world's largest investor-owned electric utility service providers which aims to provide users from all over Europe with the ability to control their homes' smart appliances and energy consumption.
Connect with me
I am open for hire to work on your awesome idea. If you think I can help you, do not hesitate and drop me a line.
I also like to contribute to open-source projects and I have created some myself. Feel free to contact me if you want to talk about your open-source projects or mine.