I am currently located in Varna, Bulgaria. That's on the south-east side of Europe, on the Black Sea.
Many friends refer to me as "uncle" because I was born in the previous millennium but I am actually not that old.
Being born in the 1980s has its pros and cons.
The main pro about it is the fact that I've had enough time to decide what matters to me.
I love coding!
I started doing this in 2010 as an apprentice to a hardcore freelancer and pretty fast learned the basics of HTML and CSS.
We even had our own small coding "company" - HTML Lab. In this company I participated as a frontend developer and was mainly focused on slicing design files and turning them into static HTML pages.
It went serious:
Between 2012 and 2018 I was full-time employed in one of the larges companies in Varna - 2create. In this company I worked for some of the biggest PSD to HTML brands out there - htmlBurger and htmlBoutique. I worked on thousands (yes thousands) of different projects for clients from all over the globe and was focused on the frontend part of all projects.
I've grown up.
In 2create I worked as a frontend developer and my daily tasks included slicing of design files (mainly PhotoShop, but also on Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD, etc.) and converting them into a pixel-perfect HTML and CSS pages.
As months went by, I started using pre- and post-processors in CSS and slowly mastered LESS, SASS and POSTCSS which opened the way for learning how to use task runners such as Grunt, Gulp and Webpack.
I love it and it appears it shares the feelings.
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.