Programmer, photographer, DJ. I like being creative in multiple ways.

As a kid I was often invited to join my mother at her job at Ericsson and among all machines and computers my fascination for electronics was born. On my 10th birthday I finally got my very own computer to experiment with. Despite sucessfully erasing my harddrive with fips when I was to try Linux I never gave up.

In 1998 I started programming C++ after reading a crash-course in the magazine PC+. The year after I bought the book The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup and on my way home from the store I learned the difference between integers and floating-points.

Over the years I've done frontend and backend, on mainstream-systems like Windows, Linux, and macOS as well as on more obscure platforms like EPOC and BeOS.

I prefer to work in noisy loud-music environments such as bars and night clubs. I'm autistic, bipolar and as of lately also diagnosed with EUPD. In practice this means I'm really good at what I do, I just thrive in non-conventional environments and work in quirky ways. :)


  • C
  • C#
  • C++
  • JavaScript
  • PHP
  • Perl
  • TypeScript


  • Arduino
  • Linux
  • Windows
  • macOS


  • .NET
  • GTK
  • Qt


  • Docker
  • Git
  • Terraform
  • VMware ESXi
  • Proxmox
  • Gitea
  • Drone

Me holding a presentation on the implementation of parses in C++. Day of the Programmer 2019.


Woodland WMS

“Utveckling av lagerhanteringssystemet Woodland WMS till Sequence Point AB.

Woodland WMS är ett modernt lagerhanteringssystem med stort fokus på användarvänlighet. Utvecklingen sker i nära kontakt med användarna.

Teknik: Angular, C#, C++, PostgreSQL, TypeScript, Xamarin, build2, odb.”

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