The closest thing I have to a CV right now.
- Web development consultant at Mejsla
- Web developer at SBAB
- Web developer at Svenska Handelsbanken
- Web developer at Ping Pong AB
- Web Programming, Java, C++ C#, PHP - Gotland University
- C++ - Uppsala University
- Driver and traffic controller at Stockholm tramways
- Java, databases, Pascal, logic - Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University
- Jazz- and pedagogic studies - Royal College of Music, Stockholm
- Jazz studies - Folk Colleges of Hemse and Lunnevad
- History of Ideas - Stockholm University
- Musicology - Stockholm University
- Musical Military Service ("Arméns musikpluton")
- Music Programme - Södra Latin High School
- Natural Science Programme - Tumba High School
- Playing saxophone
- Programming 6501 assembly and Basic on the Commodore 64
In the beginning there was code
After finishing the high school Natural Science Programme, my saxomophonic interest had escalated to the point where I played (jazz- and other music) a lot. I even graduated with a second high school programme which focused on music. This was my thing now…
After jazz- and pedagogic studies at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, I worked as a musician and a teacher in (jazz/pop/rock) improvisation and ensemble playing.
Cut my hair, got a job
After a while, I joined Stockholm Tramways, where I drove trains and also worked as a traffic supervisor for the tramway system. This lasted about 5 years. Still playing a lot of music, but I also did more and more of programming…
At Svenska Handelsbanken I worked for almost 4 years, and did (among other things) front end work for the Internet banking services and internal services.
“Front end” in this case meant using a base system of Custom Elements together with things like React.js, TypeScript, CSS (and friends) to build working, useful and usable applications to be consumed by web clients.
As “system responsible” for a few systems there, I also managed build- and release processes (including testing) and also verifications (test and prod), as well as being the main contact person for those applications.
My next job was at SBAB - yay! for more web development in the financial sector, which is an important part of our society. The duties were (once again) not strictly front end, which felt inspiring; I like the full stack. SBAB offered a really nice working environment, lovely co-workers and a generally helpful atmosphere, which I appreciated a lot.