Credit and thanks for the photo to Daniel Overbeek
I am an experienced software engineer who specializes in helping teams develop user-friendly, maintainable client-side applications.
I have over seven years of professional experience as an engineer, and I am the maintainer of several successful open source projects. I am also an experienced social scientist with a master's degree in social psychology.
I maintain several successful open source projects. With a distributed group of people, I have developed software that has millions of downloads per year and tens of thousands of monthly users.
Below you will find just a small selection of well-known users of my software:
- metalsmith is used by: Mozilla, The W3C, The Node.js Project, LinkedIn, Adobe, NBC News, Harvard University, Cornell University, The UK Government Digital Service, The US Government's Department of Veterans Affairs and The World Bank.
- stylelint-processor-styled-components is used by: Atlassian, The Guardian, The BBC, The Times, GetStream, Sentry, Brave, Material-UI, The National Statistical Institute of Norway, The French Government's Ministry of Labour and CERN.
- stylelint-no-unsupported-browser-features is used by: The Git Project, GitHub, IBM, The Washington Post, The Wikimedia Foundation and eBay.
People are a critical part of everything we do as software engineers. My background in the social sciences allows me to provide an expert's perspective on all matters related to psychology. I can assist organizations in changing organizational processes and can help teams truly understand the needs of their users.
As a skilled researcher, I am able to guide teams to solutions based on verifiable evidence, backed by data. By employing the scientific method, decisions will be unbiased and realistic.
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If the above interests you, or if you want to get in touch for any other reason, feel free to contact me!