Lately I've been experimenting around with Bootstrap and JQuery and discovered how EASY it was to create a nicely looking website with those extremly powerful tools. This "enlightment" led me to create all sorts of wonderful websites. When you started off with plain text HTML in the 90's then this is truely a revelation. On the other side: back in the 90's we had no "mobile devices" so there wasn't really a need to adjust page layouts dynamically - at least not to the extend of todays "responsive" webdesign.
Now, let's come back to why YOU are here. Either, you found my profile page by mistake (unlikely) or you are interested in my person (more likely). So, feel free to look around. You will find information about my job activities, talents, personal experience and expertise. This should help you getting an impression on who you are dealing with in the first place.
It is worth mentioning that we are talking about a broad field of technologies. I found it most difficult to break down complex components into a regular table. So please be bear in mind that the listing doesn't provide any insight into interdisciplinarily competence.
An important part of my job as a robot software developer is to "get the software running" at the customer site. But, let's go a step back. Laying the foundation for a solid solution is, well ... fundamental. What does that mean? How about: discussing all options, evaluating and sorting out the most suitable solutions and presenting those to the customer, in order to get a "bilateral agreement".
Customer relations is THE key component to success or failure of a task / project. In the end it comes down to thorough communication between client and supplier. Not only in the planning stages, but throughout the task / project. This may sound somehow out of a textbook. But when you get confronted with all sorts of questions, flaws, faults, concerns - then you have to sort out: what is doable and what is not. So here comes in a certain level of transparency: the customer needs to now what he will get and limits should be clear.
Most companies struggle competing with absurd concepts in order to get a deal. I'm interested in a business partner who gets things done. This includes, as laid out: business relations, clear communication, fast response time!